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1 he Marietta .Daily Leader.
wibtfESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1900.
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Hatters and Furnishers,
200 Front Street.
W. H. EBINGER,
J. S. H. T0RNER,
S. L. ANGLE, Cashier.
GERMAN NATIONAL BANK,
BeOTksiness Auust UW99
Capital, ----- $100,000
Surplus and Undivided Profits $5,200
Foreign and Domestic
A. H. Swinburne, M. D.
Physician, Marietta, Ohio.
General practice with special atten
tion Riven obscure nnd difficult eases.
OFFICE IN ST CLAIR BUILDING.
Residonco 728 Second street. Phone,
Bell, 382. Office hours, 8 to 11 n. m., 1
to 4 p. m., 0 to 8 p. m. Sunday, 8 to 10
n. m.; 2 to i. p. m.
Miss Harriet M. Swltzer, who Is a
graduate of the Conservatory of Music,
University1 of Pacific, California, will
be pleased to take pupils for instruc
tion. Residence 324 Second street,
Marietta. Ohio. Wed. Oct. 31-12ts.
Personal Paragraphs and' Pertinent
Mr. Frank Reckard, of Newport, W
In the city on business. m
Rev. Watson ' Dana, of Newport,
was In the city yesterday.
Hochstetter has begun spudding
on the Stowe farm at Rainbow.
Mr. Conrad Alter, of Parkersburg,
is the gue3t of Max Wolf In this city.
Mr. J. Hopt Sutor', of Zanesvllle,
was In the city yesterday on busfriess.
Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Rose, of Coal
Run, are gnests of relatives In the
Messr3. John and James King, of
Reno, came homo from Pittsburg yes
terday to vote.
Charles Dye, who Is attending
school in Cincinnati, camo home yes
terday to vote.
Mr. Thomas Sheppard Is home
from Washington, having come yester
day morning to vote.
Mr. Clarence Eddy, a noted musi
cian of Paris, was in the city yester
day, registered at the Norwood.
General Daggage Agent J. S. Gil
lespie, of the O. & L. K was a busi
ness visitor in the city yesterday.
Miss Hattie Fleming, of Fleming
Station, has returned to her home af
ter spending a week wlthl friends In
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Barthalow,
who have been visiting friends In the
city for several days, returned to Co
Mr. W. H. Fltzgerald.a well known
Sistersvllle oil man, returned home
yesterday after spending a week with
his mother in this city.
John Randolph, of Wesley town
ship, ex-Commissioner of Washington
county, is in tho city hearing the re
turns from yesterday's election.
Fred Swan, who has been at home
for the past fow days, returned yester
day to Columbus, where he is a'istu-i
dent In the Law Department of thelO.'
S. U. (i,Ij
Mr. F. W. Bush, editor .of the Ath
ens Messenger, was In the city on bus
iness yesterday. He was accompanied
by his brother, J.
Ex-Auditor Patterson, accompan
ied by his mother, Mrs. S. Patterson,1!
will leave this week for a month's Vis
it with relatives in Illinois and other
parts of the west.
Hannold & Hart report the sa'
the Asa L. Menzle property on upptrr
Third street to Walter H. Strauss, of
Marietta. Consideration $1200. Mr.
Strauss will Improve the property
soon and rent the same.
Dr. S. D. Hart left a stock of cot
ton grown in his garden at the Leaded
office yesterday. The bush stands
about five feet high and contains a
number of buds and clusters of cotton
closely resembling what we are ac
customed to see.
Receives the News at His Home on Saga
Congressional Nominees Does
By Associated Press.
Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 7. At 11:30
tonight the returns show a light fall
ing off in the vote In largo counties,
which may reduce Bryan's majority to
50,000. Bryan runs a trifle behind
some of the nominees for Congress.
Subscribe for the Daily Leader.
Anthracite coal at the C. &
P. Coal Company. 0ot. 4-tr.
By Associated Press.
New York, Nov C. Governor
Roosevelt, .surrounded by his family,
tonight read the returns at his home
on Sagamore Hills. Tho Governor at
nd time during tho evening seemed an
xious about the result. He did not
'mhke any special nrragn'ements to re
ceive the news, and depended on mes
sages to be 'brought from the telegraph
office nearly three miles away.
The-first definite Information of the
Republican1 victory was conveyed to
the Governor about 10 p. m. by a news
paper correspondent., After reading
the mesageahe said': Isn't that fine.
It shows' what the American people
are; It dhows they 'want good times to
continue and are In favor of honest
money and for the flag."
The Governor at once dictated the
following dispatch to McKInley:
"To President McKInley, Canton, 0.:
I congratulate you, and far more the
nation. You have my heartfelt grati
tude over the result.
" Mckinley at canton.
By Associated Prcc:
Canton1,' O., Nov. C Executive Man
sion. President McKInley .received
the election returns tonight at his
home1 surrounded by a large number of
his old friends nnd neighbors, Includ
ing many ladles, who came as guests
of Mrs. McKInley. Direct wires con
nected the house with the Republican
National headquarters at New York
and Chicago, with Senator Hanna at
the Union Club In 0!evela'nrt,jtnd, with
the home of Governor RooseVelt at
Oyster Bay, so that the President is In
constant telegraphic touch with his as
sociates on the ticket, and with the
campaign leaders. The President is In
his usual gdod humor.
Secretary Cortelyou read most of the
dispatches; some of the more cheering
announcements being heartily ap
plauded by most of the guests. Early
'advices are fragmentary and Incon
clusive. Responsible leaders made no
early claims, however, although their
dispatches told of gains tmany
points and breathed the spirit of vict
ory near at hand.
By Associated Press
-New York, Nov. C Midnight. It
became evident very early In the eve
ning that the election of McKInley and
E. Bush, of Pough-i Roosevelt was assured. At 8:30returns
. ? i wm nnni.li..fn.A .tt.JMn. i.t. 1 it
"" "". i rkjiu-wiiua pi ui erection
distrIcts"of greater New YorM hall
beei received, and indicated beyond
question that Bryan and Stevenson
could not expect more than 25,000 or
30,000 plurality in this Democratic
stronghold, and unless therewasa land
slide in the outside counties, beyond
ail reasonable doubt tht pivotal stateof
New York had declared in unmistak
able terms for the Republican candi
dates. e '
As the night progressed, it "only
served to confirm this judgment and
the returns from Illinois betrayed a
like condition. The Republican plui-
I ality of 1890 was greatly reduced, but
is still far too large to be overcome.
On the ofheV had, theeturns, from
Indiana, Michigan the two Dakotas,
Utah and Wyoming, as well as Ne
braska, seemed to indicate strong Re
publican gains over $9G. Delaware,
Maryland and West Virginia have
given decisive Republican pluralities.
The count In several far western states
is so far delayed as to give but little
indication of the outcome there, but
they ceased to have a determining ef
fect, and before 10 o'clock the Demo
cratic leaders had given up the con
test. It was announced that Bryan
had gone to bed and was sound,asleep.
I fie whole story, easily and briefly
told, Is- that the Republican ticket will
have a larger electoral vote than four
WANTED Your Carpets and Rugs
to clean and your family washing and
Ironing . Prices roasonablaPrompt
noss nnd satisfaction guaranteed. The
Pa-Zl Laundry Company, Phone No.
Wanted Hustling young man can
make ?C0 per month and expenses.
Permanent position. Experience un
necessary. Write quick for particu
lars. Clark & Co., Fourth and Locust
streets, Philadelphia. Pa.
Look at the New Homo Sewing Ma
chlne at Hagan & Schad's.
AGENTS WANTED FOR "OAL
veston: The Horrors of a Stricken
City," by Murat Halstead a fearful
tale of a beautiful city swept Into the
sea. Demand enormous. Splendid
book. Only $1.50. Agents selling from
10 to 100 dally, and clearing from ?G
to $75 dally. A bonanza for Agents.
Only endorsed book. Freight paid.
Credit given. Outfits free. Kond Iv
iwo-cent stamps for
Send for outfit and ter-
today. THE DOMINION nni.
PANY, Dept. A, CHICAGO.
To Travelers. Tho undersigned deals
In railroad tickets. Remember this
fact if you want to buy or sell. Phil.
A. Llns, Bellevue Hotel.
$3.00 A DAY GUARANTEED AG
ENTS (MEN OR WOMEN) selling our
high grade laundry and toilet soaps.
For exclusive territory write MILLEN
SOAP CO., G12 Adams St., Chicago.
FOR SALE Brick House of nine
rooms, lot G0xl39 feet, on Fifth street,
between Putnam and Scammel. Also
two vacant lots on High School Lane,
each 30x90 feet. E. P. Sherman, 319
Third street, Marietta, Ohio.
Sun, Oct. 21-tf.
Wanted One or two good boys. Ap
ply at W II. Styer's drug store, Front
Nov. 4, tf.
The Thanksgiving Dinner ' Table.
Daintv linens are a positive necessity to porfpet enjoyment 'oX'tye
TliaukFjiiving Dinner, and it is none loo soon to buy them. " ' -
A Fresh Arrival of New Linens
puis our slock in perfect readiness for the Thanksgiving trade.
Table Linens and Napkins
You may as well have them
match when thev cost no more.
You mav pay anv price GOc, 75c,
$1 00, $1 50, $2 00 per yard, and
have napkins to mitoh the nap
kins costing you $2 00 to $4 50
per dozen. Septuate Napkins
a complete assortment in all sizes,
50c, to $4 50 per dozen.
TABLE S Cloth and Napkins
to match new styles daintv,
elegant .fO.OO, $10.00 and $12.00
CREAM DAMASKS. Many prefer
them to the bleached 35n m
$1 25. Some of them a-e full' 72 inches wide.
Of Interest From the Several Fields on Both
Sides of the River.
I i hese cool morninps and eveninp-s sup-pest plows and
crude oil I mittens, especially for the baby. Bring it in and get a nice
ZSTSZiSSISl I 27 f0th ,( '"7 5- We alsl have a
follows: n,ce hne ir the rest of the f mily. A double knit mitten for
ladies at 15c and up to 50c -or fancy knits.
Men's gloves 25c to $1 00.
iTir,Tfinninr o "MDnmnnn tnndtn?
North Lima 82
South Lima 77
Special to the Leader .
Cairo, W. Va., Nov. G. The Silver
Run Oil Co.'s No. 1 on the J. Hagie Is
Special to the Leader.
'Macksburg, Nov. G. Keever, Dyer &
Co.'s No. 1 on the Chas. Eagler Is In
and making six barrels.
Special to the Leader.
Chesterhlll, Nov. G. Cameron
Co.'s No. 1G on the Robeit Wyner
good for five barrels.
LHOSES TAILOR MADE SUITS
We buy as low as we can.
That's business sense. '
We sell as low as we can.
That's progressive sense.
You buy as low as you can.
That's common sense.
You buy of us ' . -
That's DOLLARS and CENTS for both of us
Ohio Rain, warmer Wednesday;
Thursday fair, ariable winds.
West Virginia Increasing cloudi
ness and waimer Wednesday, with rain
in northwest half. Thursday fair In
western and rain In eastern portion;
We are prepared to furnish
parts and repair and make of
steam pumps. Pattin Bros.
& Co. J 5.
And Four Wounded, Result of an Election
By Associated Pre3s.
Denver, Col., Nov. GTwp men are
dead and four wounded, oneif whom
will possibly 'die as the result of a
clash which occurred early today be
tween members of the pplico force and
a posse of Deputy' Sheriffs -at tho polls
at Second and Larimer streets in the
down town district. Allen, a negro
deputy sheriff, was shot and Instantly
killed and Stewart Harvey, white, a
speelal'policeman, died lato this after
noon at the hospital from injuries.
CC11 Dl AlfC',; CTORC V
UUf, lU-MU . UIUMI-.
The weather, Wednesdaj , Nov.
7, will probablj bo fair.
A Change in the
Weather has Created
a Demand for Warm
The newest style is the
We tell you to-day of a recent pjrehase of Ladies' Tailor
Made Suits at 1-3 OFF THE REGULAR PRICES.
We offer them to you at the same saving. The goods-
were made by a leading New York Tailor. This fact estab
lishes their stylishness.
We offer them at the following prices.
$10 00 Lidieo' Suiis made of
all wool cdvti arid serges in blue
and tan mixM.
Special Prices $7.50 suit.
$12 00 Lad es' Tailor Mnd Suits
in all wool homespun and Ohev
iols. Colore, Naw Blue, Black,
Grey and Broan Mixed
Special Price $8.50 suit.
$13.50 Ladies' Tailor Made
Suits in ('overt Cheviots and
Qomespun Jackets, Silk liner1.
Special Price $9,75.
$1 500. $10.50 and $18.00 suits
m de of fine Venetians and Chev
iots, Black and Colors.
Special Price $12 50 suit.
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" V l? US,? Wk'i .-iriS
T ,V X Mr " dCf Y
.Goes Republican by Fully 20,000 Ma-
Concord, N. H., Nov. G. An unu
sually heavy vote was polled through
hit New Hampshire today and tho Re-pu,blJS2JL-electoral
Wcket carried that
stattybjpO.OOO. Both Republican can
dldatesifor Congress will bo elected by
about G500 each. Tho legislature will'
ue overwhelmingly Republican in both'
branches and tho Governor's., council
THE SHADE THE OXFORD.
We have the swell line
of overcoats. They were
manufactured by Garson
Meyer & Co , of Roches
ter, New York.
Manufacturers of tailor
made, ready to wear
clothing. Prices 15 to
THE STAR CLOTHING HOUSE.
4114 WlUWilU, U4 MWfUU J. UU4 .
v-m i wunwo.,
t TOLEDO, O., - PITTSBURG, PA, -.
Manufacturers of and dealers in Oil and Gas Well Supplies,
Boilers, Engines, Cordage and Pipe. Branch stores in all oil
Long Distance 'Phone 237.
STORE AND WAREHOUSE,
NO. 134 SECOND STREET, MARIETTA, OHIO. ' '