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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
XOBOK U. COOKE,
JOSH "W. LANSLKY
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Of the United States.
GARRETT A. HOBART,
Of New Jersey.
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For Secretary of State,
CHARLES KINNEY, of Scioto Co
or Judge of the Supreme Court,
MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Payette Co.
For Pood and Dairy Commissioner,
JOSEPH E. BLACKBURN, of Belmont Co.
Tot Member Board of Public Works,
PRANK 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. C. VAN VOORHIS, of Musklntflim Co.
For Piobate 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. SCHNAUFFER, Newport Township.
: The Republican Party stands i
for honest money and the chance '
to earn it by honest toil.
: WILLIAM McKINLEY. j
COLLEGES AND CHURCHES.
he Harm That Will Come to Thorn I
Free Silver Wins.
In a recent interview Eev. D. W.
Fisher, D. D., president of Hanover
(Ind.) college, gavo utteranco to his
opinion as to the effect of the free coinage-
of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1 in
two directions which have not hitherto
oeen considered, and which add to the
area of disaster that would be covered
by Bryan's fiO-cent dollars.
Dr. Fisher, in the first place, finds
that the silver question specially affects
the colleges, because their funds are
nearly all loaned npon mortgages that
ran for several years. Hence under free
coinage the incomes of colleges would
he curtailed to the extent of the depre
ciation. "In other words, an income ot
810,000 per year from investment of one
endowment at the present rate would
in reality be worth only $o,0G0, if tho
depreciation amounts to 60 per cent."
"If tho colleges continue their work
under such conditions the depreciation
must fall upon the teaching force and
salaried employes, as in timo of depre
ciation salaries are slow to advance, and
.never did advance in anything like the
proportion of depreciation."
Dr. Fisher, in another part of his in
terview, freely expressed tho opinion
that the influence of the proposed free
coinage of silver upon the benevolent
and missionary operations of the church
would be most disastrous. He says :
"There is no likelihood that contribu
tions would increase in proportion to
the depreciation of our money. Curtail
ment of salaries, redaction in the num
ber of missionaries, of candidates for
the ministry, of aid to disabled minis
ters and to their widows and orphans,
must follow. Foreign missions would
be likely to suffer most of all. All
moneys transmitted to the countries in
which our foreign missionaries are la
boring are, as a rule, in tho 6hapo of ex
change on London. That, of coarse,
means that it must bo sent abroad in
the equivalent of gold. If our contribu
tions are made in silver, exchange in
gold at a heavy premium would reduco
them so enormously that I shrink from
an cstimato of the effect."
The extracts made above from Dr.
Fisher's interview, only emphasize tho
widespread area of disaster which will
bo covered by tho curso of free coinage
of silver in case Bryan is elected. It
involves moral as well as material dis
aster, not alone the dishonor of tho na
tion, the paralysis and ruin of business,
the depreciation of curroncv values,
and the swindling of creditors, but the
embarrassment of and injury to tho
great worK ot colleges and churches.
It would bo a pestilential blight, de
stroying everything. Chicago Tribune.
A Sectional Tariff Hater.
I desiro to say that I am in hearty
sympathy with a majority of the com
mittee in its decision to attack tho
tariff in detail ; and I think that the
bills which have been reported and tho
bills to be reported will fully answer the
argument of tho gentleman, that we
are making only a slight assault upon
tho system. Tariff Speech of William
J. Bryan, March in, 1892.
That is to say Mr. Bryan favored tho
most vicious class and sectional legisla
tion ever proposed by an American con
gress. He was willing to make a raid,
as it were, on any industry by trans
ferring an article from tho dutiable to
tho free list, without regard to other
articles or to tho justice or equality of
the proceeding. Acting on this theory,
the farmer's wool was made free, and
tho products of stronger industries per
mitted to remain dutiable. The manu
facture of cotton ties in tho United
States was wiped out, whilo other ar
ticles on the iron and Bteol schedule
wero left untouched. This declaration
stamps Mr. Bryan a destructionist, nqt
The Russian Minister of-Foreign
Affairs, Dies Suddenly
While Traveling From Vienna to Kieff
in the Company of the Czar.
News ot Ulg Death Causes Coniternntton
In ltuslo The Prince's Domlio Was
Wholly Without Warnlnc-M. Chic.
klne Ills Probable Successor.
Losdon, Aug. 31. Nothing has oc
curred in, the diplomatic world for
manv a day that has ''created so much
excltemelit' as tho'" now's of Prince1
Lobanolt's deatn,. A Utspatcli to tile
Telegraph trom Ktell says mat. I'rwce
Lobandff-Rostovski, Russian minister
of foreign affairs, died suddenly
while traveling from Vienna to that
place. Tho prlnco was in tho com
pany of tho czar at the time of his
death, and his demise was wholly with
PRINCE ALEXANDER LOBASOFF BOSXOV
SKI. The news of the death of Prince Lo-banoff-Rostovski
has caused consterna
tion throughout Russia, where the per
sonality of the minister of foreign af
fairs was considered to be second only
to the czar himself. Prince Lobanoff
Rostovski pursued a strong foreign
policy a policy which was regared as
threatening the peace of tho world.
In his keeping largely rested tho
peace of Europe. History will prove
him to have been one of the greatest
foreign ministers that over lived. Ijn
der his guldacce, Russia has always
secured the best of an international
deal. In tho Orient he has beaten the
ablest men of Europe. Tho Chinese
concessions to Russia demonstrate hii
power, tact and judgment.
St. Petep.siioiio, Aug. 31. In conse
quence of tho sudden death of Prince
Lobanoff-Rostovski the czar has sum
moned M. Chickine, the chief of the
Russian foreign ofiices, to Kicff. M.
Chickine, in obedience to tho czar's
summons, loft St Petersburg Monday
afternoon and in his absence Count
Lnmbsdorf, chief councilor of the for
eign office, will be in charge of the for
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
No Benefits to bo 1'ald to tho Heirs of
Members Who Commit Suicide.
Cleveland, O., Aug. 31. At the ses
sion of the Supreme Lodge of the K.
of P., a resolution was introduced
prohibiting the payments of death
benefits to suicides, whether the vic
tim be sane or insane, or whether the
self-destruction bo brought about by
delirium tremens, despondency, nar
cotics or opiates. If the deed is done
within a period of five years after his
reception into the order, the suicide's
heirs do not get a cent. A move is on
foot to cut the time down to one year.
The resolution will bring out a hot
discussion, but it will probably pass.
Elevated Road in a Receiver's Hands
Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 31. The
King's County Elevated Railway Co.,
capitalized at S4, 750,000, went into the
hands of a receiver Monday morning.
Gen. James Jourdan, the president of
the company, on tho consent of all
parties, was named receiver. The
cause of the step was the inability of
tho company to meet accruing bond
and debenture indebtedness, owing to
the injuries that the trolley ears have
done to their business.
Shot Ills Wire and Blew Ills Ilralns Out.
Detroit, Mich., Aug. 31. Prank
Beaubicn, traveling agent, of 820
Fourth avenue, shot his wife in the
back at 10:30 o'clock' Monday morning.
He then blew his brains out with the
same weapon. Beaubicn was 40 years
old. lie had considerable money
left to him about six months ago, and
had been drinking heavily ever since.
His wife's remonstrances against his
conduct caused nnmerous family quar
rels. Herbert for Vlre President.
New York, Aug. 31. A Herald spe
cial from Washington says:
Somo of the sound money democratic
leaders here are talking of putting for
ward Secretary of tho Navy Herbert
for the vice presidency on tho ticket
to be nominated at Indianapolis. Tho
suggestion, which first camo from a
former national committeeman, has
met with favor among many demo
crats hero as well as among friends of
Lea Torn Off at the Knee.
Pontiac, Mich., Aug. 31. Fannie,
the 12-year-old daughter of George
Miller, of this city, while climbing into
a wagon had her right leg torn off at
the knee. The horse started violently,
causing her to fall into the wheel. It
is doubtful if the child recovers.
I.l linns Chans Goes to West Point.
New York, Aug. 31. Li Hung Chang
and the leading members of his
suite, accompanied by a distinguished
party of American friends, sailed at
8:40 Monday morning on the United
States dispatch boat Dolphin for West
Fram Jtullt of Ainrliitn Lumber.
Seattle, VvVh A (. 31. Nr, Nan
sen's famous ht- i.i- Fram was built
of Puget-S :'i lr, "hipped to Norway
from Port C. -J, in this state.
gathered From All l'aris of tho Country
The death is announced in Berlin of
the celebrated chemist, Wickora
Among tho persons taken nto cus
tody in the Philippine islands for par
ticipation in the separatist's conspiracy
Is an American named Collins.
Chaker Pasha and Vohdi Pasha havo
been appointed to tho command of tho
military in Constantinople and Galata
respectively, with orders to summarily
luppress any signs of disorder.
Fire Monday morning resulted in tho
instruction of tho Red Lion inn, Stock
bridge, Mass , the famous Rerkshiro
summer resort. The hous3,V.as full of
summer" guests, buc all wero, aroused
ihl escaped with most ofT'their, Jiag-
euB"- I . J '
Fred Lamouroaux was killed 'bya
south-bound freight engine running
light nt tho north bridge crossing,
Worcester, Mas3. Ills wife and two
jhlldren were in tho carriage with him.
Mrs. Lamoureaux and tho children will
An unknown man with rctnarkablo
nerve ended his life at Jack's Run, Al
legheny, Pa., early Monday morning,
by placing his neck on the rails of tho
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & -Chicago
railroad and calmly awaited the ap
proaching engine of death.
It is scmi-ofllcially announced that
the Brazilian government has prom
ised Italy that active steps shall be
taken to punish tho persons who re
cently 'insulted the Italian Hag and
that no attack upon Italians in Brazil
would bo permitted to go unpun
ished. A special judicial committee began
sittings in Constantinople Monday for
the purpose of trying four hundred
Moslems and Armenians who arc ac
cused of having participated in the
recent rioting in and around Constan
tinople. The London Daily Telegraph Mon
day will, publish a Kieff dispatch say
ing that Prlnco Lobanoff-Dostovsky,
the Russian minister of foreign affairs,
who accompanied the czar and czarina
on their recently begun forhign tour,
died suddenly Sunday while on his way
from Vienna to Kieff.
In consequence of the "emergency
necessitating the use of the practice
cruiser Bancroft for other purposes than
that for which she was built," the
fourth or lowest class at the naval ucad
emy is prevented from having its Sep
tember cruise and will bo quartered on
the old Santco until the October terra
'Iho Armenian revolutionary com
mittee havp issued another manifesto
In which are embodied twelve de
mands, the chief of which is that au
tonomy be granted to the Armenians.
After enumerating their demands tho
manifesto goes on to declare that tho
Armenians will fight for their rights
until the last of them shall have been
According to the official reports re
ceived ot Havana no battles of import
ance have been fought recently be
tween the rebels and tho government
troops. There have, however, been a
number of skirmishes in different lo
calities. In these engagements tho
rebel losses amounted to 50 killed and
three wounded, whilo the Spanish lost
only four killed and 35 wounded.
Cl.'-CINNATI, AU?. 31.
Flour Spring fancy, Ji0033.J5, spring
family, 81403-0), sprint; patent, J3.50S.iS3;
winter patent, $3.2033.10, fancy, 8.10303 00,
family, S2,50, extra 81003110: low grade,
M.5031 85. rye, northwestern, $14032.50, do
Wheat Sales: No. 2 red, track, COtf c; No,
3 red, track. 17c.
Cons Salos: Yellow ear, track, 27c
OATS-Sales: No. 2 whilo. old, track 23c;
No 3 white, track. 15c; No J mixed, track, 15o;
No. 2 mixed, track, 17c
Hogs Select butchers, 812533 30. fair to
good packers, $3.153125; fair to good 'light,
3 ?53.EO, common and roughs, $.15033 00
Cattle Fair to good shippers. 83.5034.25;
none ot the best on sale: good to choice
butchers, (3.7534.15, fair to medium butchers,
a 003a 50, common, 82253275.
Sheii' Ann L.AMH3 Extra, ta 1033. 35: good
to choice, 8J 55310 J. common to fair, 81503
225, Lambs Extras, St 8335. 00; good to choice,
It 2534 75. common to fair, (25033.01
Veal Calves Fair to good light, 81 75
5.75, common and large, 83.0034 50.
Wool Quotations: Unwashed ftno morlno,
9310c per lb: quarter-blood clothing, 12313c;
medium, delaine and clothing, 123130: braid,
ll12c, medium combing, 13314a SWashod,
One merino, X to XX, 12c; medium clothing,
Italic: delalno flecco, uqiso; long combine
15ai0c; quarter-blood, and low, 12313c, com
mon coarse, 11 1 lie.
New YonK, Aug. 3L
Wheat No. S red, September, G3Sj364c;
December. CO O-lC&STc
Corn No 2, 28JS3'-73ic; September, 26XG&
Oats-No 2, we3torn, 17329c; September,
Tolido, O , Aug. 31.
Wheat No. 2 red, cash, and September,
63Mc; Docember 68Jfcs No. 3 red, caa.b, 60c.
Conn No. 2 mixed. May, 26Hc.
Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil has cured
hundreds of cases of deafness that were
supposed to be incurable. It never
falls to cure earache.
A dose of Dr. Fowler's Ext of Wild
Strawberry brings immediate relief in
all cases of cramping pains of tho
stomach or bowels. It is nature's spe
cific for summer complaint in all its
UCLIUfi I L should uco
IT IS ft SUPERB T0NIG and
exerts a wonderful influence in
strengthening her system by
driving through the proper chan
nel all impurities. Health and
strenoth are guaranteed to result
irom Its use.
3Iy wlfo was bedridden for eighteen months,
slur using BKADFIELD'S FEMALE UEQU
LATOK for two months, is getting well.
k J. M. JOHNSON, Malvern, Ark.
BIUUFIEU) BEOELiTOU CO., ATLiNTi, 01.
Bold by all SrurtliU tt tl.OO jir bottle.
In exchango for coupons with
Chowlna and Smokln
The only antmei
'Alio HUTi.nveDCDTin 1
and NtbOTlNE NEUTRALIZED
lnff American watcn uompany ana ar guar
anteed without quatyteation. The "wotka1
contain only tho very bat quality of material
nnrt havo an lmroremenia nniooaie. 'incy
Trill wear and pcrorm well for a llfcumo if
only ordinarily cared for. Sever before hoi
v eiuM'trftcitonuctnauaintatnaiiaunasinc w
m Marulmu Development etf AutomatleWatch- Q
making Maehinery enable utto offer you.
Cotrpona'cxplnln bow to secure tho Above
Packages now on tale) containing no coupons
will bo accepted as coupons, oz." Empty Bag
a one Coupon, "t oz." Empty Bag u two Qoupont.
LLUSTRATED Catalogue of other Valuable Article
with explanation how to get them, Mailed on request
The Bloch Bros. Tobacoo Co.. Wheeling, W.tfa.
No Coupons exchanged after Jul; 1, 1807
THE SEASON OPENED
At the Ornnil Lnt Night by the lliirlow
The fall and winter theatrical season
at the Grand Opera House was opened
last nlght'by the IJarlow Bros.' min
strels, and tho house was packed to the.
doors. Manager B'etnler selected an
excellent attraction for the occasion,
and the big audience was 'more than
pleased, manifesting its appreciation
by the most enthusiastic applause
throughout tho evening.
The company is made up of some
very clever vocalists and comedians,
and is under tho personal manage
ment of Mr. M. A. Moseley. The first
part was excellent, the jokes having
the merit of freshness, if not original
ity, and the vocal numbers being of a
high order. The special features wero
very entertaining, especially the mon
ologue act of Ilarry Ward, who is ad
vertised as the "next President of
minstrelsy," and whose work entitles
him to that distinction. The company
will hold the boards at the Grand dur
ing the remainder of the week, with
the usual Saturday matinee. Wheel
ing Register, Aug. 21.
Good Threshing Record.
Maicellus Brooker pulled in and com
menced threshing Thursday at 2 p. m
for W. W. McGill on the old Pond farm
and threshed 242 bushels of wheat by
5 p m. He made another sett the next
forenoon, threshed 19S bushels of wheat
and i:il of oats by 11 a. m., then moyed
to W. 13. McGiU's and that afternoon
threshed S32 bushels of oats and 07 of
wheat- The oats were in bad condi
tion and very dusty, and tho threshers
had.tp stop often. The next forenoon
he threshed 285 bushels of wheat, then
made another sett and threshed 230
bushels of wheat by 5 p. m., making
1521 bushels in a little over 2 days.
This separator has been used for six
years and has done a large amount of
threshing. The engine which was
used has been in use much longer.
Chicago . ... 04.
Boston . .., 5'J.
.. 40 540
.. 49 54G
Philadelphia 53 57 482
Brooklyn 52 50 481
New York 51 58 408
Washington 43 04 ;.402
St. Louis 34. . .-.. .74 .'.315
Louisville 27 70 255
"For three years I suffered from Salt
Rheum. It covered my hands to such
an extent that I could not wash them.
Two bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters
cured me." Llbbie Young. Popes Mills,
St. Lawrence County, N. Y.
Clubs have been organized at Bever
ly, Vincent, Little Hocking, Center
Belpre and Marietta and papers haye
been sent to Sand Hill and Bartlett for
organising clubs at those places.
We want at least one club in every
township. The cause of sound money
and protection is bound to win if we
can have a full and fair discussion of
the questions involved. Send for by
laws, etc. S. J, Hathaway.
No need to scratch your life away.
Doan!s Ointment brings instant relief
in all cases of Itching Piles, Pjn
Worms, Eczema, Ringworms, Hives or
other, itchncss of the skin. Get it from
Card of Thanks.
We wish through the columns of the
Leader to express our sincere thanks
to those who sent flowers and to all
those who so kindly assisted us during
the recent illness and death of our
beloved daughter Anna.
Mb. and Mks. J. P. Ridok.
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 torpid and sluggish and tho
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of this medicine has
often averted long and nerhans fatal
bilious fevers. No medicine will act
more surely in counteracting and free
ing the system from tho malarial
unison. Headache. Indigestion. Con
stipation, Dizziness yield to Electric
Bitters. 50c and $1.00 per bottle at
Styers urug otore,
Advertisements will catch a few who expect to get the PRIZE
TICKET ina lottery, but most 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 wo KNOW you will take ours.
' We have a few pants left at $1.00 like others have been
closing out at HALF price at $1.25.
S. R. Van Metre & Oo.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 mosfperfect 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!
IN GENERAL We have spiendid assortments, high grades and
STATIONERY the lowest prices.
153 Colonial Block, Front St.
J. E. VANDERVOORT.
Prepare for the Fruit Season!
Now is tho time you will be wanting Fruit Jars, and we have them
in abundance, at aost reasonable prices. Call in oarly, so that when
you are in the midst of putting up fruit your jars will be at hand.
MRS. CHAS. W. HOLZ, 286 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio
DO YOU EAT BREAD!
Jacob Pfaff 'a Js unexcelled, as are
also his Cakes and Ices. Finest
Neapolitan Ice Cream that can be
made. Particular and personal at,
tentlon slven to serving partles
receptlono.weddlnssor public din
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
To make room for an- r-
aJ other carload to arrive h
W in ten days we will sell k
;5q5 at a liberal .discount, t?
H Now Is your chance. H
pF. H. Dutton&Soiu,
$ GO 515 Fourth street. g
I EXPRESS WAGONS
If you buy of us at our store, for caih, one ton of Fer- j
tilizer, we give you, free, your choice of any one-dol- W
lar knife wo have in stock. x
If you purchase half a ton, we give you choico of any fe
half-dollar knife. im
With a purchase of three sacks, we give you choice of
any quarier-aonar kihiu.
This applies to any brand of
Superior Bone. Buolcoyo Phosphate,
Cleveland Dryer Co's Goods
B. & P. Mixture. XXX Phosphate.
Ohio Seed Maker.
All Old Reliable, Crop-Tested Goods.
THE NYE HARDWARE COMPANY,
No. 170 Front street, Marietta, Ohio.
The Autumn days are at hand, they bring special
demands for the Counting Room, the Home, the
School. We are prepared to tafce care of them,
and to offer as much, or more, for a dollar, be it
gold or silver, as can be found anywhere in Eooks
Of all kinds Bags, Straps, Pencils, Ink, Composi
tion Books, Blanks, Tablets, &c. The Best, the
Largest, the Cheapest.
Who come to us for their supplies yill learn some
thing that -will give them pleasure.
C. E. GLINES.
Bicycles Built and
New parts for any
wheel in stock or made
to order at
225 Ohio St, Marietta, 0
Knives Given Away. I