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Marietta Daily Leaded
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The Re-Election of
McKinley
Mr, Bryan's Organ in New
York.
HISTORY TO REPEAT ITSELF
is the Way in which the Enterprising Paper
Puts It,
Special to the Leader.
Columbus, -O., Nov. 6.
Chairman Dick has just re
ceived from the Republican
National Headquarters the fol
lowing telegram:
New York, Nov. 5. To
days evening Journal, Bryan's
Chief organ, concedes Mc
Kinleys election in these
words: "Four years ago, on
election night, the Journal beat
the entire country with the
news of McKinley's election.
This year the Journal expects
history to repeat ilself."
CHIEF DEVERY
Indicted for Alleged Interference With
Superintendent of Elections,
By Associated Pres
New York, Nov. 6. Chief of Police
Devery 'was today indicted by the
grand jury for alleged interference
with the State Superintendent of Elec
tions, John McOullagn, In the perform
ance of his duties. The indictment
was returned shortly after noon, and
conveyed to Chief Devery by State
Senator Timothy Sullivan, who was
accompanied by Michael P. Lyons, an
elector on the Democratic ticket, and
who agreed to furnish bail In any
amount named for Chief Devery.
"When the Chief was informed of his
indictment he went at once to tho
court of general sessions and was re
leased on' $1000 bail.
CORONER'S JURY
Says Mine Horror Was Caused by Firing
Df Explosives.
By Associated Press.
iPhilllpi, W. Va., Nov. 5. After an
inquest lasting elnco Sunday, tho Cor
oner's jury In the mine explosion, to
day returned a verdict that tho persons
named and others unknown and uni
dentified came to their death by an ex
plosion, caused by tho firing of powder
and dynamite in the south entry of the
south mine, either Intentionally or ac
cidentally, by persons to tho Jury un
known. Full Yote,
By Associated Press.
Chicago, Nov, B. A very full vote
will be polled in tlio state at largo and
especially In this city and C,ook coun
ty tomorrow. 'Republicans aro elated
at tho prospects of fine weather, and
say It means their sure success.
New Jersey.
'By Associated Pros.
New York, Nov. 5. There was no
chango lu tho political eituatlon In
New Jersey today. Tho increase in
registration, tho Republicans claim," Is
duo to tho growth of vojlng people,
A NATIONAL FRAUD
Is a Dishonest Dollar, Says Doctor Park-hurst,
By Associated Press.
New York, Nov. 5. The Rev. Dr.
Chardes H. Parkhurst.at 'Madison Ave
nue Presbyterian church this after
noon, took next Tuesday's election as
tho basis of his sermon. It was Dr.
Parkhurat'a church which Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Bryan attended last Sun
day. As Dr. Parkhurst's topic for to
day was announced a week ago tho
church could hardly hold tho people
who camo to listen.
Tho doctor said, in part, that pat
riotism meant tho devoting of our
selves to our country, rather than our
country to ourselves. 'No patriotic
American could fall to recognize as
one of the perils confronting America
the strained relations existing between
tho two competlng'classes of our popu
lation. 'Ho added:
"After the presidential candidate,
who, to a considerable extent, stands
as tho representative of industrial dis
affection, has been defeated as it is
said ho will be the situation so far
will not be altered at all. The candi
date has not made tho disaffection; it
is the disaffection that has mado the
candidate. And there ia such an inun
dation of It, and, in some of its ingred
ients, so rabid and irredeemable, as to
have succeeded In temporarily water
logging a great political party tlsjit,
when -well afloat, and Its compasiyin
good working order, exists for beneflc
lent and divine ptu poses.
"It la undoubtedly the fact with re
gard to this part of tho country, at any
rate, that no consideration is just now
operating with such tremendous effect
as tho consideration of the dollar. I
want to say parenthetically, though,
that I am not speaking now of the
technical economic properties of the
dollar; I am not a banker or a politi
cal economist, and yet without being
cither and being simply a preacher of
righteousness, It is axomatic to say
that a dishonest dollar is a national
fraud, and to indulge in a dollar tliat
makesftbeTlovo that It is a whole dollar
when it is only a half dollai$ would be
to transform our entire people Into a
great American Ananias. That may
not be tho phraseology of the econo
mist, but that Is tho Mount Slnal of
It."
Tho preacher next warned his hear
ers that righteousness was not the only
thing to be sought by a nation, and
that, In fact, prosperity has some per
ils all its jwn.
HANNA AND HEATH
Start for Their Respective Homes in Ohio
and Indiana.
By Associated Prpsn
Chicago, Nov. 5. Chairman Hanna
and Secretary Heath, of the Republi
can National Committee, left tonight
for their respective homes ,at Cleve
land, 0., and Muncie, Ind. After vot
ing tomorrow, Senator Hanna wjll go
to Canton to spend the day with Pres
ident McKinley. 'He will return homo
In'tho evening to recelvo tho election
returns at the Union Club in Cleve
land, and will not return to Chicago
again this fall. During the latter part
of this week he will go to Now York
to oversee the closing of the New York
headquarters, and will then return to
Cleveland and remain there until
Congress opens. Secretary Heath, af
ter visiting Muncio tomorrow, will re
turn to headquarters In Cnicago, and
will remain here until all accounts are
settled and tho furniture Is shipped.
Tho committee's mail should be ad
dressed during this week to Chicago
and after this week all communica
tions for tho committee should be ad
dressed to "Washington.
NATIONAL SECRETARY
Perry S. Heath Expresses His Opinion o
the Result,
Dy Associated Press.
Muncio, Ind. Nov. E. Hon. Perry S.
Heathi Secretary of the National Re
publican Committee, tonight said: "If
Indiana does not give McKinley and
Roosevelt a plurality in excess of 189G,"
above 18,000, in fact, if tho Republican
electors throughout the country are
not more numerous than four years
ago, I shall never put faith In issues
bringing returns, nor shall I over bo
llevo in organization or political poll
returns. The claims of Bryanltlcs I
hear today In Indlana-aro general and,
are not "cased upon reason. I expect
tho Republicans to carry every state
carried In 1896, and also Washington,
Colorado, Wyoming.South Dakota and
Utah."
CERTAIN
Victory Awaits the
Republicans
IN THE ELECTION
That is Being Held in Ml
States Today.
A LANDSLIDE IS PREDICTED
In Favor of McKinley, Who Will Probably
Carry More States Than in 1896,
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO. NOV." 5. THE FOL
LOWING STATEMENT WAS GIVEN
OUT AT THE HEADQUARTERS OF
THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL
COMMITTEE: THERE ARE BUT A
FEW SURFACE INDICATIONS THIS
TIME DISIM1LAR TO THOSE OF
FOUR YEARS AGO, WHEN McKIN
LEY SWEPT THE COUNTRY BY
THE GREATEST MAJORITY PROB
ABLY T3VER GIVEN A PRESIDEN
TIAL CANDIDATE.
THE WORK OF THE REPUBLI
CANS DURING THE PAST FOUR
WEEKS HAS BEEN MARVELOUS-
LY EFFECTIVE, MARKED EVERY
WHERE BY COMPETENCE IN THE
DETAIL OF MACHINERY.HARMON
IOUS ACTION AND DESIRED RE
SULTS. IN THE HISTORY OF THE
PARTY NO BETTER ORGANIZA
TION EVER EXISTED. McKINLEY
AND ROOSEVELT WILL CARRY
EVERY STATE WHICH VOTED FOR
MoKINLEY AND HOBART FOUR
YEARS AGO, AND CERTAINLY
SEVEN OR EIGHT OTHERS THAT
VOTED FOR BRYAN IN 1S9G.
THE ALLEGED HOPE OF CRO
KER AND BRYAN AS TO CARRY
ING INDIANA AND NEW YORK IS
SIMPLY FOLLOWING OUT THE
PROGRAM OF CARRYING EVERY
THING IN SIGHT FOR .THE PUR
POSE OF ENCOURAGING THEIR
FOLLOWERS IN CLOSE STATES TO
MAKE MOST DESPERATE EF
FORTS FdR SUCCESS. THE CLAIMS
OF REPUBLICANS -ARE BASED
UPON THE RESULT OFx ACTUAL
WORK, REPORTED BY .MEN IN
THE FIELD, BROUGHT UP
THROUGH THE PRECINCTS,
WARDS, TOWNSHIPS, . CITIES,
COUNTY AND STATE ORGANIZA
TIONS, AtyD UPON ACTUAL FACTS
AS SHOWN BY THE CLOSEST POLL
EVER MADE BY ANY POLITICAL
ORGANIZATION.
Outlook In Delaware,
By Associated Press.
Wilmington, Del., Nov. 5. Tho out
look tonight Is that the Republicans
will carry Delaware for McKlnloy and
tho state Republican ticket by a ma
jority of at least 1500. Tho legisla
ture,' which will elect two United
States Senators, is in doubt, both part
ies claiming it.
Junior Club, , '
Tho Junior Club held a meeting last
night with Miss Oldham. The evening
was epent in literary discussion and
social Intercourse. '
AT HIS HOME
Roosevelt Is Given a Most Hearty Recep
tion, By Associated Preu.
Now York, Nov. 5. Governor Theo.
Roosevelt will remain at homo at
Oyster Bay, on Long Inland, until af
ter tho election. He wound up his
campaign for Vice President tonight
by a brief speech and then visited old
friends and neighbors.
Tho close of the campaign finds that
betting that has obtained during tho
last, fortnight has practically unchang
ed. Only comparatively small bets are
being made, the ruling odds ranging
anywhere from 4 to 1 to 5 to 1 in favor
of McKinley.
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ROOSEVELT'S SPEECH.
Prior to the meeting there was a
parade led by five bands. When the
Governor appeared he was greeted by
long and continued applause. He said
in part- "In this campaign 1 have not
only appealed in my speeches to Re
publicans, but to all who have the
honor and Integrity of :he country at
heart I have appealed to higher mo
tives than partisanship. I have ap
pealed to honor. I have appealed to
all, whether they agree or disagree
with me In politics, to stand by their
coun'try I havt appealed to the teach
ings of Jefferson and Jackson and
Lincoln. Jefferson was an expansion
ist and It was he who expanded over
Nebraska and governed tho Indians
without their consent. The Indian
has been succeeded by tho Filipino,
and, he it governed without his con
sent. As for Jackson, he stood for
hard money, expansion and honor for
the flag. The Republican party
stands today for continued prosperity.
Compare the times of today of) four
years ago when McKinley became
President. Bryan aid if McKinley
was elected there would be bad times.
Wo said there would be prosperity,
an$ there has been.. The triumph of
silver would paralyze business; It
would hurt most the laboring man and
tho,merchants. There has been great-
errosperity in the last four years
than ever before. Tomorrow promises
success. The great parade of Satur
day In New York certainly shows that
the business men1 are aroused. For
hour after hour they marched in the
rain to testify to their devotion to the
cause of the Nation and the flag."
KENTUGKY SITUATION
The Indications are That the State Will Be
Glose,
By Associated Pres"
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 5. Both sides
claim the stale by 20,000, though dis
interested persons do not put the ma
jorlty either way at above 0000 or 8000.
Tho Republicans have made an issue
and named it "Civil Liberty," which
term expresses their opposition to the
Goobel election law, and to the action
of the legislature In contested election
cases. The State Central Committee
of the Independent Democrats, who in
the last election cast 12,140 votes for
John Young Brown for Governor,
have endorsed Yerkes, Republican,
for Governor, and Bryan for Presi
dent. Tho Democrats claim that the
bulk of independents have returned to
tho party. It is generally believed
that Bryan will run ahead of Beckham
Democratic candidate for Governor,
and that Yerkes will run ahead of Mc
Kinley. Tho Republicans hopo by fus
ion with the Brown Democrats to car
ry several congressional districts now
represented by Democrats.
Claiming Missouri.
By Associated Press.
St. Louis, Mo Nov. 5. Tho Repub
licans believe that McKinloy and
Roosevelt will hae a slight majority
over Bryan and Stevenson, and that
Flory will be entitled to take his seat
in tho Governor's chair. Tho Demo
crats say that they will elect 13 out of
15 congressmen to be voted for, and
the Republicans expect to elect flvo out
of 15, a gain of two.
Somebody Is Wrong,
By Associated Press.
Baltimore, Md., Nov. 5. Tho lead
ers of botli parties profess to bo con
fident of victory at tomorrow's ballot
ing, and both sides aro claiming the
state by a pronounced majority.
'Neck and Neck,
By Associated Press.
Reno, New, Nov, 5. On tho surface
the indications are that the result of
tomorrow's election In Nevada will bo
close.
Issued by Governor
Roosevelt to
MAYOR VAN WYCK
Which Means That There Must
Be Honesty
IN CONDUCTING ELECTION.
Chief Devery Told His Subordinates to Pay
No Attention to State Superintendent.
By Associated Press.
OYSTER BAY. L. I., NOV. 5. GOV
ERNOR ROOSEVELT SENT THE
FOLLOWING COMMUNICATION TO
NIGHT TO HON. ROBERT A. VAN
WYCK, MAYOR OF NEW YORK
CITY: SIR MY ATTENTION HAS
BDEN CALLED TO AN OFFICIAL
ORDER ISSUED BY CHIEF OF PO
LICE DEVERY, IN WHICH HE DI
RECTS HIS SUBORDINATES TO
DISREGARD CHIEF OF THE STATE
ELECTION BUREAU, JOHN McCUL
LAUGII, AND HIS DEPUTIES. UN
LESS YOU HAVE ALREADY TAK
EN STEPS TO SECURE A RECALL
OF THIS ORDER, IT IS NECESSARY
FOR ME TO POINT OUT THAT I
SHALL BE OBLIGED TO HOLD
YOU RESPONSIBLE AS THE HEAD
OF THE CITY GOVERNMENT FOR
THE ACTION OF THE CHIEF OF
POLICE, IF IT SHOULD RESULT IN
ANV BREACH OF THE PEACE,
AND INTIMIDATION OR ANY
CRIME WHATEVER AGAINST THE
ELECTION LAWS. THE STATE
AND CITY AUTHORITIES SHOULD
WORK TOGETHER. I WILL NOT
FAIL TO CALL TO SUMMARY AC
COUNT EITHER THE STATE OR
CITY AUTHORITIES IN THE
EVENT OF EITHER BEING GUILTY
OF INTIMIDATION, OR OF CONNIV
ANCE AT FRAUD OR FAILURE TO
PROTECT EVERY LEGAL VOTER
IN HIS RIGHTS. I, THEREFORE,
HEREBY NOTIFY YOU THAT IN
THE EVENT OF ANY WRONGDO
ING, FOLLOWING UPON THE FAIL
URE IMMEDIATELY TO RECALL
CHIEF DEVERY'S ORDER, OR UP
ON ANY ACTION OR INACTION ON
THE PART OF CHIEF DEVERY'S
ORDER, I MUST NECESSARILY
CAT.L YOU TO ACCOUNT. YOURS,
THEO. ROOSEVELT.
WILL RESCIND IT.
By Associated Pross.
New York, Nov. 5. Chief Devery
announced at polico headquarters to
night that he would rescind his order
of Sunday, regarding tho McCullagh
men and voters.
MAYOR TAKES A HAND.
By Associated Press.
Now York, Nov. 5. Mayor Van
Wyck has Issued an order to Chief
Devery to revoko his order,
Weather Forecast.
Kentucky Fair Tuesday and Wed
nesday; northerly winds.
Ohio Fair Tuesday ( and Wednes
day; fresh to northwest winds,
IndianaFair Tuesday and Wednes
day; light northerly winds.
OIL NEWS
Of Interest From the Several Fields on Both
Sides of the River.
CRUDE OIL.
Tho closing prices of oil yesterday as
reported by tho Seep agency wero as
follows:
Tlona $1.23
Pennsylvania 1.10
Corning 93
Newcastle 85
North Lima 82
South Lima 77
Indiana 77
MARIETTA FIELD.
Special to tho Leader.
Marietta, O., Nov. 5. Buckley &
Co. on the Chas. Reynolds farm drilled
In their No. 13 and have an 8 or 10
barrel well.
Buckley & Co. aro rigging up their
No. G on the S. Skipton farm.
Duff & Smith are rigging up their
No. 2 on the Bartley Welch farm.
The Boston Oil Co. has located Its
No. 3 on the Washington County In
firmary ffo-m and the rig was started
yesterday.
JOY FIELD.
Special to the Leader.
Joy, O., Nov. 5. The Midland Oil
Co.'s No. 11 on the E. R. Dale will
make a light pumper. The same
company's No. Ill on tho same farm
is showing for -10 barreds a day.
ELBA FIELD.
Special to the Leader.
Elba, Nov. 5. McCann & Co.'s No. 1
on tho Oliver Coffee farm is good for
10 barrels in the Bcrea sand.
SCOTTOWN FIELD.
Special to the Leader.
Scottown,. Nov. 5. The Carter Oil
Co. completed Nos. 21 and 22 on the
Wm. A. Day and have two wells, each
good for 10 ban els a day from the
Big Injun 6and.
The Dunn Oil Co. has started drill
ing its No. 1 on the J. Cunningham.
GRACEY FIELD.
Special to tho Leader .
Payne, O., Nov. 5. Tho Boston Oil
I Co. has four rigs up and are waiting
for water to commence drilling.
Tho Boston Oil Co. has located
Gracey No. 21 and has started the rig.
They will drill as soon as water can be
had.
Tho Empire Oil Co. has a rig ready
on the Beig farm and aro waiting for
water.
In the center district, Wetzel coun
ty, W. Va the Kanawha Oil Co. has a.
40 barrel well northeast of the L. S.
Hoyt tract.
In Beaver county, Pa the Crows
Run district is experiencing some ex
citing times, the Kramerer Oil Co.'s
new well on tho Kramerer is holding
up at 25 barrels an hour; Jennings
Bros.' No. 3 on the Whipple farm at
300 barrels a day, and Nos. 1 and 2 on
the same farm at 350 barrels a day. A
church and cemetery lot there has
been leased by Duff Bros, at a bonus
of $1000. They -will drill two wolls.
Boh Snodgross was due to roach tho
300 foot sand in the Wm. Becker No. 1,
near Lynch, yesterday.
ELECTION WEATHER
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Promises to be Fair Over Nearly the Entire
Country.
By Associated Press.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 5. With
but very few exceptions fair weather
Is indicated for Tuesday and Wednes
day over the entire country. Over
northern New England there will like
ly bo light rains Tuesday morning,
followed by clearing weather in the
afternoon. Thero will probably bo
showers in Montana and western
North Dakota, eastern and southern
Texas and western Louisiana, con
tinuing Wednesday over the two lat
ter districts.
Counterclaims.
BJ' Associated Press.
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 5. The Republi
can State Committee still claims tho
state by 5000 plurality for McKinley.
The Democrats claim that Bryan will
recelvo a plurality of 12,000. Republi
cans generally aro saying that Chas.
H. Dietrich, Republican, will bo elect
ed over Governor' Poynter, and that
the legislature will be safe for the Re
publicans. On the other hand, Chair
man Hall says that tho -wholo stato
ticket will not run behind Bryan and
tho tho legislature will positively ba
fusion.
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