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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
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' WIIXIASI McKINLKY,
Of the United States.
-dARUETT A. HOBART,
OI New Jersey.
Republican State Ticket.
For Secretary of State.
CHARLES KINNEY, of Scioto Co
or Judge ol the Supreme Court,
MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Fayette 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 Circuit Judge, ,,
HIRAM L SIBLEY, of Washington Co
For Common Pleas Judge,
JOSEPH M. WOOD, of Athens Co
For Congress, 15th District,
H. R. VAN VOORHIS, of Musklntrum Co.
For Probate Judge,
D. R. ROOD, of Belpre.
JOHN S. MCCALLISTER, Fourth Ward.
W. A. PATTERSON, of Waterford
JOHN W. ATHEY, Marietta Towns p.
JOHN RANDOLPH, Wesley Township.
For Infirmary Director,
WM. SCHNAUrFER, Newport Township.
The Republican Party stands :
: for honest money and tbe chance
to earn it by honest toll.
:" WILLIAM MoKINLEY.
Maj. McKinley's letter of acceptance
meets and exceeds the expectations of
the republicans. It is a masterly pres
entation of the reasons why the re
publican party asks to be afrain put in
chnnre of the government. Notwith
standing1 its wide circulation through
the newspapers it will be sent out in
pamphlet form as a campaign docu
ment. Every republican should not
only read and study this letter himself,
tut he should try to get his neighbors
who are in doubt or who are opposed
to McKinley andllobarttodothesame.
Jt covers every issue in the campaign
and states the position of the repub
lican party so plainly that no man w ho
reads it can misunderstand, unless his
prejudice is stronger than his judg
ment. The hurried departure for Chicago
this week of Chairman Faulkner, of
the democratic Congressional commit
tee, and Vice-Chairman Stevens, of the
silver National committee, for the pur
pose of conferring with Chairman Jones,
of the democratic National committee,
who was forced by liryan to make his
headquarters in that city, instead of in
Washington where he wanted to be, is
connected with the heavy demands
which the populists haye been making
upon the democrats since they have
been housed under the same roof in
"Washington. Tbe utter failure of the
appeal of chairman Jones to the peoplo
for contributions to the democratic
campaign fund will also be discussed
at the conference.
A gentleman just from New York
City says Senator Stewart gave McKin
ley. Protection and Sound Money a big
boost while he was in that city a few
days ago. Senator Stewart while dis
cussing the silver question, in the read
ing room of a New York hotel, placed
great stress upon the prosperity of
Japan on a silver basis, and when his
attention was called to the great dis
parity between wages paid for Japanese
labor and wages paid for labor in the
United States he became excited and
said: "To h-U with wages," and dur
ing a continuance of the discussion he
reiterated his contempt for the Ameri
can wage-earner, thus placing himself
alongside of Scwall, who is credited
with belonging to the class which be
lieves that a dollar a day is enough for
any worklngman to make. As Senator
Stewart Is the grand high priest of the
iree silycr clan his contemptuous opin
ion of those who work for wages was
quickly circulated in New York and
elsewhere, and should be kept a-golng
in order that 'the wage-workers may
know how they stand with the leaders
'In the free silver movement.
Only unwise democrats will try to
make capital out of Chairman Ilanna's
declaration that the republican party
has no hostility to silver. Speaking of
that declaration Chairman liabcock, of
the Republican Congressional commit
tee said: "The trouble is that the im
pression sought to be created Is that
tbe republican party is against the use
of silver entirely. It is nothing of the
kind. It wants to perpetuate existing
conditions with the very largest and
freest use of silyer consistent with keep
ing the stiver dollar as good as t e
goldf dollar. Silver 'trioney circulates
now on a parity with gold. Ninety per
cent, of the money in your pocket Is
Bllvermoney. I do not sco, therefore,
how any capital can be made out of Mr.
Banna's Interview. Ho believes, as wo
all bolieve, that gold must be the ulti
mate redemption, just as It Is now".
Senator Uutler, of North Carolina,
chairman of the populist National com
mittee, is said to be scheming to got
the Watson-Sewall business so mixed
up that both of them will bo dropped
and a new man named by himself put
up as Bryan's running mate. He is also
trying to so manipulate things that the
populists will como out of the campaign
in better shape than the democrats, and
is much more anxious to bring that
about than he is to holp liryan. Butler
la a young man and, ho is nursing his
personal ambition fcnd Indulging In
same visionary hopes of future political
honors which will never be given to a
populist He Is a shrewder manager
than the democrats he has to cope with
and will make trouble for the demo
crats before the campaign is over.
A TRADE JOURNAL'S SUMMARY.
Various Ways la Which Money May Tie
To a man who has no money there nre
eeeral ways to getiit namely:
(a) Beg it.
(b) Steal it,
(c) Borrow it.
(d) Secure it by gilt.
(c) Trade something for It
If wo are to beg for It, we might just
as well do the best we con. Therefore a
dollar based on a gold standard is better
than a sixteen to one silver dollar,
which to-day is worth about 53 cents In
trinsically. If we, are to steal it, we want the best.
A thief who would steal a siher dollar
In preference to a gold dollar would be
acquitted on the giound that ho was in
sane. If e borrow i t, wo w unt that kind of
money which w ill go farthest, for so we
can get along with a smaller loan.
Therefore a gold dollar is better to bor
row than a sixteen to one silver dollar.
If we are to secure it by gift, certainly
we should not depreciate that w hich wo
are about to receive.
This brings tra to the e, -which is the
way most money is obtained. A perti
nent question for each of us to ask at
this time is: What have I got to trade
for money which I wont? It may be
labor; it may be a horse or oow; it may
be lumber or shingles; it may be a saw
mill. At the present time we can trade
any of the above- and get a gold dollar
for every dollar's w orth of value, as may
be agreed upon between buyer and eell
er. Wo can got a dollar w hich is w orth
a dollar anywhere and everywhere.
Now, your labor or horse or cow or
lumber or machinery will be worth just
as much, or nearly as much, next year
as it is this, but if we have free coinage
at sixteen to one will the dollar which
you get in. trade be worth as much as
tho dollar j ou can get now? Wrhat will
that be worth? Can you tell? It may
be worth 53 cents or more or less. One
day this, one day that, but can anyone
tell ? These-are all pertincntquestions,
and, when carefully considered, must
guide us in voting at the nevt election in
November, and do not lose sight of the
fact that if all the silt er In the w orld is
coined into money you cannot get a cent
of it except by a, b, c, d or e, abovo re
ferred to. Lumber Trade Journal.
NEW QUAKRYING MtTHOD.
An Albuny Alan Notv Cats, Stuao with
These who hate indulged in deep sea
fishing know how the fish Hue cute
deeply into the hajd wood of the gun
wale as it is hauled in while taut. Een
an iron protection, after a time, shows
the wear of the rope, which is compara
tively soft. Tills gica a clew to the in
vention of an Albany quarryman for
cutting stone. Instead, however, says
the Detroit Free Press, of hemp, he pro
poses to use wire rope, and with this he
will carve the marble and stono right
out of its native bed. The wire is wound
in strands, and has a very rough sur
face, powerf ul machinery gives astrong
and hteody strain, and the stone, yield
ing to the oonstant wear, parts, with
smooth edge. It would be easy enough
to cut the blocks after they are removed
from the quarry, but where the clever
ness of the inventor comes in is devis
ing mechanism that can be applied to
Ihe stone while in the quarry. This is
effected by sinking two parallel chan
nels in the quarry to a depth of little
greater than that of the lowest level of
the stone to be cut. Tho channels may
be from 20 to 100 feet, or more, apart.
At the bottom of each is made a small
hole to receive the foot ends of tho
shafts of the machine. This is the only
preparation of the quarry that is neces
sary. The ropes, which are coiled on
huge drums, ore then passed around
the channels, and as the drums revolve
the cutting proceeds. Suitable brakes
arc provided for the regulation of the
sjced and pressure. The ordinary speed
of thestrand is 800 feet a minute, so that
a mile length of it passes in six minutes.
While the strand Js moving, crushed
stone or chilled hof and water can be
introduced to increase Mthe attrition.
Tar better, hovvev er, than either of these
is a jjgm position obtainedfrom the tail
ings of a magnetic Iron separator, which
coits about one-tenth aa much as the
chilled shot, it does not leave Ihe lines
caused by the Eliot, and it can be used
over and over again.
Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 29. Robert
Young, a boy, while riding a bicycle,
caught his toes in, the chain and tho
great toe was torn off.
lIucklcii'nArti en salvo.
Thh Best Saivb In tho world for
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
HandB, Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles
or no par required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. Frico SS cents per box.
1 For salo by W. H. Styer.
LI HUNQ foHANQ
Call on the l'retldont at the Reilrtcoco of
Ex-Becrtry Whitney. ,
New Youk, Aug. 20. President Cleve
land, accompanied by Attorney Gen
eral Harmon and Private Secretary
Thurber, arrived at th6 residence of
Hon. Wm. C. Whitney, Fifty-seventh
street and Fifth avenue, Saturday
morning. President Cleveland and his
party came down from Buzzard's Bay
on tho yacht Sapphire, arriving at tho
foot of Twenty-sixth street at 8:S0
Mr. Whitney, who had just arrived
from Newport, received tho president
and his party. After breakfast at tho
Metropolitan club, the president and
party returned to tho Whitney man
sion to await tho arrival of Li
Hung Chang. No invitations had
been issued and tho reception was
sprietly private, no representatives
of the press being admitted. iLl Hung
Chang arose at (5 o'clock Saturday
morning After' partaking .of alight
oreakfast prepare inthlnese'faUito'n,
fceryed in an' .apartment tSdjoinirfg Ills
l)edrooui,l$honru'bassad6r repaired tb ii
third" room In his suite on thejlrst iloor
of the Waldorf where he smoked Turk
ish cigarettes and looked over his en
gagements for the day.
His smoke finished, he repaired across
the hall, where he paid a formal visit
to Secretary of State Olney, which last
ed from 8:30 to 0 o'clock. This visit
Secretary Olney will return later in the
To newspaper men who sent up their
cards Li Hung Chang sent back word
that he regretted that he was too busy
to see them, but stated that ho was
feeling in good spirits.
At 10:40 Li Hung Chang left tho Wal
dorf to pay his respects to President
Cleveland at the residence of Wm. C.
Whitney. He was escorted by the
By the United State Government for the
Lynching of Italian Citizens.
Washington, Aug. 20. The report of
Gov. Foster, of Louisiana, upon the
lynching of three Siclalians charged
with murder and confined In the parish
jail of Hahnville, below New Orleans,
in respect to which the Italian ambas
sador, in the name of his govern
ment, has asked reparation from the
United States, has just been received at
the btato department. The governor
makes the customary reply in such
cases; that the perpetrators of tho deed
are unknown to the authorities, who
are taking all possible steps In the mat
ter. This roply Was communicated to
Baron Fava with an expression of re
gret on the part of the United States
government that subjects of the king
of Italy bhould have been dealt with in
this lawless manner. Tho apology
will probably bo followed by nn offer
of pecuniary compensation, t as in the
case of the alleged Mafia murdeiers.
SCENES OF CARNAG E.
Armenians In Turkey Slaughtered Like,
bheep l'oiir Thousand Dead.
London, Aug. 80. The Daily News
Saturday morning publishes a dis
patch from Constantinople under date
of Thursday, saying that besides the
bombs which they possessed, the sein
ers of the Ottoman bank had 10 pounds
of dynamite. Only nine of the number
forming the party that boUed the bank
were alive when a decision to surren
der was reached
Fearful scenes, the dispatch says.
were enacted Wednesday night, especi
ally in the Topanes, Hass Keni and
Kisslm Hacha districts, where mobs of
Lazes and Kurds of the worsts charac
ter looted shops and residences and
murdered everybody whom they sus
pected of being an Armenian or sympa
thizer with the Armenians. A moder
ate estimate places the number of
killed at between 3.000 and 4,000.
WALLING WILL HANG
Unless Judge Helm Can lie Soon Located
Jo Record Filed Before the Court of
Fkankfobt, Ky Aug. 20. Col. Wash
ington did not secure an extension of
time from tho court of appeals hi which
to file the record in the Wallinc case.
He will havo to Induce Judge Helm to
act, and may be able to reach him by
telegraph and arrange matters by Sep
tembar 3, when the time for filing' ex
pires. Judge Helm Is In the northern part
of Michigan somewhere and can not be
found. His signatures to the papers
is absolutely necessary, unless, in the
meantime, the court of ap.-eals should
decide the case of Jackson, on which
would hinge the action in the Walling
case. Stenographer Day still has the
transcripts and will refuse to let them
go unless he is paid for his services.
Czar and Ozarlna Leave Vienna.
Vienna, Aug. 29. After a grand pa
rade of the troops in honor of tho czar
and czarina Saturday morning tho
Russian impeiial party were accom
panied to the railway station by Em
peror Francis Joseph and tho Austrian
archdukes who bade the czar and
czarina farewell. Immense crowds of
people were massed in the streets and
cheered the visitors with the utmost
Ulg maze in Hamburg.
IlAJiuuito, Aug. 20. 'A most destruc
tive fire lias-takcn-placouponJ.be prem
ises' of the export Laugerhause.-Gcscll-schaft
In tho suburb of Steinwaerder.
The loss in merchandise will amount
to several million marks.
Ilrootclyn' Official Trial Trip.
Delavvaiie Breakwater, Aug. 20.
The cruiser Brooklyn passed in at 9:25
o'clock Saturday morning on her re
turn to Philadelphia after the success
ful official trl'vl trip off the Massachu
Toit Office Itoubera Arretted.
Washington, Aug. 29. Inspector
Sinclair reports to tho post office de
partment that he had arrested John
Daly and James Young for the robbery
of the post office at Cla,rks, Neb.
Japaneie Cabinet Officer! Resign. '
Yokoiioma, Aug 29, Marquis Ito,
the prime minister, Baron Ito, secre
tary of tho cabinet and Mr. Itasagl,
minister of the interior, have resigned.
The Administration Takes a Pre
liminary Step' Toward
Compelling' the Turks to Respect the
For 5100,000 Indemnity for the Destruc
tion n f the Amerloan College and Other
l'ropcrly at Uarpnotand Other Tor
tious uf the Turkish Umpire.
Wasiukoton, Aug. 29. It Is impos
sible to learn at the state or navy de
partment Friday whether any nssur
nuccs have been received fioin Turkey
that MinisterjTcrrell will be permitted
to huvo tho naval .support.of a ship fly-
jng-sjie, stars uud;stripcs ncarhislcga.
,tlon., It appoa!i,sr however, .th'a't the
uuiiiuu:iriii.iuii imi cuuicinpiuicu or
some time the dispatch" Of the Bancroft
(6 Constah'liiiopleY'js shown by a ldt
t'er addressed by Mavroyoni Bey, tho
Turkish minister, to Secretary Olney,
last,. January, In which Mavroyoni
Ills Excellency Towflk Pasha has Just In
formed me that the sublime porte regrets that
It can not comply with Mr. Terrell's request
(or pel mission for the Duncroft to pass
through the strait, that vessel having been
authorized to rcmalu at the disposal of tho
the Dnliod Slates legation to Constanti
nople. "Your exeellenoy ltnows perfectly well tho
earnest and sincere desire of the Imperial
government to do all In Its power to strength
en, if passible, tho tics of friendship which
unite the two countries, but In this case a
certain fact is Involved, to-wit: That only the
Hlgnatory powers of the treaty of Paris enjoy
tbo right to have vessels of war permanently
ut Constantinople at the orders of their re
spective embassies Now, tho United States
government does not appear In the number of
signatories of that treaty. I am, consequent
ly, sure Uut'your excellency will be pleased
to tako the foregoing Into consideration."
If any reply was mado to this letter,
or if any correspondence followed or
preceded it, that correspondence is not
It is believed in naval circles here
that the picliminary orders sending
the Bancroft to Constantinople consti
tute the first step in the administra
tion programme to compel Turkey to re
spect the peremptory demand for full
and immediate satisfaction for S100,000
indemnity made last November for
the destruction of the American col
lege and other property at Harpoot
and a similar demand for the burning
of the college at Marash. It is be
lieved this will be enforced before the
close of the picsent year, even if it be
necessary to detach all the battleships
and big cruiser-s from Adru. Bunccs
ileet for the purpose
Of i F(innUi Auromiut at Cl tytun. Mo
I'ell 2,000 JVot.
Si. Louis, Aug. 29. Mrs. George W.
HibUird, known professionally as Vic
toria I.eroy, fell fiom her balloon Fri
day at Clayton, St. Louis county, a dis
tance of 2.800 feet. Dining each day
of the county fair l Clayton this weclc
she has made successful ascensions.
At fl o'clock Friday evening she had
ascended about U0 feet when her para
chute became detached and fell to the
ground. The balloon &hot up rapidly.
The woman, in an nfloit to catch the
parachute, had partly fallen and was
hanging with one aim hooked over the
When the balloon was almost lost in
the clouds a dark speck was seen to
drop from it and the 3,000 spectators
groaned in unison. The frantic hus
band rushed Into his tent and seized a
pistol. As he pulled tho trigger with
the weapon pointed at his heart, his
arm was seized and his life was saved.
The woman fell one milo north of the
fair grounds, first striking a tree.
Fragments of the body were left in the
tree. The IlibbaW.s are residents of
some place in Eastern Pennsylvania.
Mr. Hibbard is delirious and may never
recover his reason.
Killed llor Step-Fatner.
Springfield, 111., Aug. 29. One year
ago Albert Caldwell, aged 50 years,
was sent to the Joliet state prison for
five years for criminally assaulting his
step-daughter, Ella Gentry, at their
home in Carlinville. Thursday night
the woman shot and killed her step
father, who had been released from
prison and had come home to work as
a coal miner. He had threatened her,
and when, with rasor in his hand, ho
attacked her on the street, she killed
From 'a letteV written by Rev. J.
Gunderman, of Dimondale, Mich., wo
are permitted to males 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 of thel
iiaptist unurcn at uives junction sne
was brought down with Pneumonia
succeeding La Grippe. Terrible parox
ysms of coughing would last for hours
with little 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, II. Styer's
Drug Store. Regular size 50c. and $1. 00
ShDrtens labor, lessens pain,
diminishes dancer to Ufa of
i 1 . V
both mother and child and leaves her In condi
tion moro favorable to speedy recovery.
"Stronger after than before confinement"
says a prominent midwife. Is tbe best remedy
FOR RISING BREAST
Known and worth tbe price for that alone.
Endorsed and recommended by mldwlves and
all ladles who have used It
Beware of substitutes and imitations.
Makes Cliild-Birili Easy.
Sent by Express or mall on receipt ofprlce,
91.00 per bottle. Book "TO MOTHERS''
mailed free, containing voluntary testimonials.
BBADFIEID BE0CUI0B CO., ATUNT1, Gl.
SOLD BT MX, DRCQOISIS.
Advertisements will catch a few who expect to get the PRIZE
TICKET in a'lottery, butmost people in this community are
TOO INTELLIGENT to be caught, preferring to use their EYES
rather than their EARS.
We buy the best make of goods from the most reliable
manufacturers for SPOT CASH, and our all-wool suits at
4.50, 6.00, 8.00, 10.00 and $12.00 CANNOT be duplicated in
QUANTITY, QUALITY and PRICE. '
Before you buy compare our goods and prices with ANY
OTHER house and we KNOW you will take ours.
We have a'few pants left at.Jil.OO I jka others have been
closing out at-HALF price at $.sKf WWVW 1H? '
' S. R. Van' Metre & Co,s -
Wholesale CASH CLOTHIERS LRetail
JENVEY & ALLEN,
Dry Goods and Notions,
LATEST STYLES. LOWEST PRICES
Agency for the Cosmopolitan Fashion Com
pany's Model Paper Patterns, which are guar
anteed to be the most perfect in fit and of the
Latest and Standard Styles. The retail price
of these patterns range from 20 to 40c each,
but will be sold at the uniform price of 1 5 cts.
JENVEY & ALLEN,
1 68 Front Street, - - Marietta, Ohio
Colonial Book Store!
We have splendid assortments, high grades
the lowest prices.
1 53 Colonial Block, Front St.
VANDERVOORT. C. E. GLINES.
Prepare for the Fruit Season!
Now is tbo time you will be wanting Fruit Jars, and we have them
in abundance, at most reasonable prices. Call in early, so that when
you are in the midst of putting up fruit your jars will be at hand.
MRS. CHAS. W. HOLZ, 28e Front Street, Marietta, Ohio
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfaff '8 ts unexcelled, as are
also his Cakes and Ices. Finest
Neapolitan Ice Cream that can be
made, Particular and personal at,
tentlon given to serving parties
receptions, weddings or public din
ners, JACOB PPAFP,
i ' SF
Vi To make room for an- lj
yi. other carload to arrive W
3 m icu uujra wts win buu kv,
qJ at a liberal discount. H
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p F. H. Dutton & Son.,
CO 515 Fourth street.
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civo you, .'iree. votfr 'choice
havo in stock. ',, J'.', ...'
If you purchase half a ton, we give you choico of any
With a purchase of three sacks, we give you choice of
This applies to any brand of
any quarter-dollar knife.
Superior Bono, Buokeyo Phosphate.
Cleveland Dryer Co's Goods
B. & P. Mixture. XXX Phosphate,
Ohio Seed Maker. '
All Old Reliable, Crop-Tested Goods.
THE NYE HARDWARE COMPANY, U
No. 170 Front street, Mariettar Ohio,
The Autumn days are at hand, they bring special
demands for the Counting Room, the Home, the
School. We are prepared to tabo care of them,
and to offer as much, or more, for a dollar, be it
gold or silver, ascan be found any where in Eooks
Of all lands Bags, Straps, Pencils, Ink, Composi
tion Boobs, Blanks, Tablets, &c. The Best, the
Largest, the Cheapest.
Who come to us for their supplies will learn some
thing that will give them pleasure.
Bicycles Built and
New paYts for any
wheel in stock or made
to order at
225 Ohio St, Marietta, 0
Knives Given Away.
of any one-dollar knife wo w