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The MoLriettoL Leader.
(Dally and Weekly.)
THE LEADER PUBLISHING CO.
11. V. SMCBLMAN, . .
EDITOR.
Telephono - -
No. 3.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ?S, 1001.
Subscription Rates for Dally.
Delivered by carrier, leu cents per week
or A,Ot iur yenr 1 jialil In ltd t mice, Jly
ui.ll limldt) "Wmililngluii comity, 84. OU pur
ytmr. Ily mull outaltlo Wiishlugtuu cuunty
SI.JOikt jcar,
TO BUHSC'KIltHUS.
We will cunnider It u grunt (vur If sul.
lerlbera IU rupurtmiy lulluru to get thuli
Louder, or nuy curclManesn on the pnrt ot
the carrier,
tfuuscrlbnrn will plenno notpnythe cm.
iters unless the carrier punches his uretlll
tt. lu subNcrlburs presence.
1 he Dully Leader Is ou sale at the fol
lowing places)
Marietta tast bide.
Marietta Hook store 177 Front St.
ocuUJ; Wind 3l rutunuiSt.
Union Depot Nuns stand,
Marietta West side.
O. It, lluchauau8 Cor, Muplu nnil Ulluiau
Republican Ticket.
" For Governor,
GEORGE K. NASH, Franklin.
Lieutenant Governor,
CARL L.NIPPERT, Hamilton.
Supremo Judge,
. JAMES L. PRICE, AMcn.
Attoiney General,
r JOHN M. SHEETS, Putnam.
Clerk Supremo Court,
LAWSON E. EMERSON, Belmont
Stato Treasurer,
ISAAC B. CAMERON, Columbiana.
Member Board Public Works,
W. G. JOHNSON, Summit
DISTRICT.
I, State Senator,
DAVID 11. MOORE, of Athena.
Commou Pleas Judge,
J. M. WOOD, at Athens.
COUNTY.
, Representative,
. t C. C. MIDDLESWART.
Clerk of Courts,
k ELMER E. TROTTER.
Treasurer.
F. F. DANA.
,, i Commissioner,
tL. L L- J- CUTTER.
L, Infirmary Director,
l R. E. HULL.
i Surveyor,
il, . ARTHUR COLE.
, Coroner,
DR. J. B. McCLURE.
Oraclal functions In the White Hou&c
will bo banctl until New Year's Day.
Candidates weic at the Barlow Fair
thicker than bce3 and ten times as
buoy.
Estrada Palnia will bo elected as the
fust President of the Republic of
Cula today.
Thcodoio Roosevelt has devoted
consideiablc timo to writing Ameri
can history and now he is making it.
The colleges arc all reporting an in
creased attendance this fall, and the
rop of football players is correspond
ingly large.
Hicks, the weather prognostlcator,
pi edit ts thunder, rain, wind, sleet
and snow, with a vniintion of hot and
mid v.uts, for October.
lion William Millikan, Senior Edi
tor of the Fayette County Herald,
nns jiibt celebrated his ninety-fifth
liu'iil.iy, and he is halo and licaity.
Mi Millikan is the oldest editor in
Olno.
Chairman Daughcriy announces
that the Democratic State Campaign
will be formally nnen.nl at Bucyrus,
(J( mUi 2.ini. Ho might have added
tii.it the obscmies will occur on the
tifili day of November.
M.tjor Carter Hanlbon, of Chicago,
is the (list public offlcial to offer soft
wouls hi behalf of anarchists since the
a.v-assi nation of President McKinlcy.
ilanison has consigned himself to
tho saino crypt whero Altseld lies
muuimled.
Formal protest has been rcado to
Mayor Johnson against the Introduc
tion of religious teachings Into Via
schools of Cleveland. Tho Jewish
rabbis haic decided to go to the Cotuts
unless tho School Council rescinds its
action nc.t Monday night. They
claim to have a majority of tho Coun
cil pledged for a repeal of the resolu
tion. A correspondent Inquires as to what
elections in Ohio since 1879 elected
legislatures which selected United
States Scnatois. The following Is tho
list: Tlio Sixty-fourth general ns
ueinbly, elct ted In 1S70, sent Sherman
lo tho senate; the Sixty-sixth, elected
iir 1SS3, sent Ilemy B. Payne; the
Sixty-seventh, elected In 188C, again
elected Sherman; tho Sixty-ninth,
elected In 1880, elected Calvin S.
Brjco; tlio Soventleth. elected in 1892,
again returned Sherman, the Seventy-
socond, elected ii'i ISUD, elected JO&otih
D, Forakcr; the Ssvcnty-third, elected
In 1897, sent Hon. M. A. Hannn
to the senate, and the RpvmUy-uMl, to
be elentotl tulB fall, wil' re-elect S:na
tor Poraker.
It Is known that when tho Republi
can speaking campaign opens that
Senator Hann will pay considerable
attention to Cuyahoga county, untl
quite a number of IiIb speeches will bo
delivered there. It Will be a fight 111
that bailiwick between Johnson and
tho Junior Ohio senator, and it will be,
as old Join: Harpor uted to speak of
races, "from eond to eend." Johnson
boasts of his ability to carry Cuyahoga
county for his legislative ticket, but
there is nothing in the situation to
warrant such a hope.
Tho special election for choosing a
member qf council in the Second Ward
today promises to bo very much one
sided, as, there seems to bo but one
candidate, Mr. B. F. Wood, The an
nouncement of Jutlgb D. R. Rood was
mado some days ago, but it appears
that It must havo been done by con
niving politicians who had ."axes to
grlnd,"as no nomination papers have
been filed by tho Judge, as required
by law. Tho election ot .Mr. Wood
therefore, seems certain and ho will
make a good councilman.
Judgo Frederick Stump, of Elkton,
Maryland, in his will declared that ho
was utterly disgusted with the foolish
displays that aro mado at most fun
erals. He diioctcd that he bo buried
in 'a whito pino box, without paint,
stain, covering or any emblem of
woe; that no embalming fluid be used,
and that no funeral sermon be preach
ed over his remains. In conclusion
tho will says: "I am to be -burled
in a suit of clothes I have worn, as I
do nqt bco tlio sense of wearing old
clcthe3 when alive and being burled
in u new suit when it is of no use to
me."
Judgo Davy, of tho New York su
premo court, has Instructed the grand
jury to make special efforts to root
out anarchists. The judgo said in his
charge: "When two or more per
sons eonsplio to commit a crimesor to
commit any act against public morals
or for tho perversion or obstruction
of the law of this state they are guilty
of a conspiracy and the acts and dec
larations of any of the conspirators In
furtherance of its purpose and objects
aro competent ovidenco to establish
tho guilt of all conspirators." At last
tho nnatchist -league of murderers Js
face to face with justice.
CONTRACT
Closed by Jlie Inter-Urban
Company.
Tlie contract was closed Friday morn
ing byPresident C. H. Shattuck.for the
Parkcrsburg Inter-Urban Street Rail
way Company for 1500 tons of steel
rails for tho new lino to be laid be
tween Parkersburg ajid Williamstown.
Tho rails will be furnished by the Car
negie Steel Company and the contract
calls for 400 tons to be delivered in
October and tho balance during the
months of November and December.
The contract means tho expenditure of
$45,000 by the local company. This
does not include the special work,
merely tho bare rails.
BARLOW
Fair Was Largely Attended
on Friday.
Thousands of people from all sec
tions of this and adjoining counties
wero in attendance at tho Barlow
Fair on Friday, and tho meeting was
a decided success from every point of
view. Tho cxhibltR wero all ot a
most meritorious character, and it
was difficult indeed for the Judges to
award prizes In many cases because
of tho excellence of all the entries.
Marietta was thero by hundreds and
all who went came away de
lighted with the trip. Tho manage
ment of tho Fair deserves, great cred
it for the splendid entertainment pio
vidtd. Deatlt In Stocking.
Special to tho Leader.
Massillon, O., Sept 27. Georgo Her
man, a farmer, recently allowed a
colored stocking lo come in contact
with a bruised foot. Ho died today
of blood poisoning.
Only a Rumor.
By Associated Press.
WUIemstad, Island of Curacao,
Sept 27. It is assesrted at Caracas that
President Castro will declare war on
Colombia at the end of the month.
OIL NEWS
mta ;'
By Wire From th8arious
Fields.
Tlotiui. ..i.. .i... . .&;.. $1.40
Pennsylvania.. ... nitf'tMtu 1.25
Corning nuiiiWi'i 1.08
Newcastlo '. .'.. l.OO
North Lima ... .91
South Lima V... .80
Indiana ' -8G
Somerset .' ... .81!
Whitehouso 95
Shipments and runs of tho Pennsyl
vania, Ohio and Indiana fields; up to
and including September 25: .
PENNSYLVANIA:
Shipments 110,020
Previously roportcd 2,289,770
Total .' 2,390,79,1
Daily avorngo 95,091
Runs for tho samo timo 90,-ltll
Previously reported 1,013,375
Total 2,009,a3G
Daily avcrago 80,398
LIMA OIL.
Shipments 51,033
Previously reported 1,'.'17,21G
Total 1,271,810
Daily averngo 50,874
Runs for tho samo timo 01,201
Previously reported 1,238,'155
Total 1,302,059
Daily avorage 52,100
MACKSBURG FIELD.
Special' to tho Leader.
Macksburg, O., Sept. 27. Aiken &
Blakeslee's No. C7 Dyer is dry in the
500 foot and stray sands.
Vaughn & Co. aro spudding on their
No. 1 George McMann.
Moslcy and Company aro spudding
on their No. 1,J. Mosley.
CALCUTTA FIELD.
Special to the Leader.
Calcutta, W. Va., Sept. 27. J. C.
Trees and Co's No. G Aaron Bills
made 125 barrels tho first twenty-four
.hours and will probably b at lenst
a .75 barrel well.
The White Farm Oil Company's No.
13 S. White is completed and dry.
Foreman, Smith and Glenn's No. C,
J. R. Bills, is a dustor.
The Octo Oil Company expects to
complete No. 24 Sol Pcthtel Sunday
morning and are building the rig for
No. 25.
The K. T. Edward and Tudtfrj Co.
havo the rig up for No,? 21, M. He7
Bachman.
Wv WW .
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McFARLAN FIELD.
Special to tho Leader.
McFarlan, W. Va., Sept. 27. On th;
east branch of McFarlan Creek, Mur
phy district, RltchieCounty.tho Shaw
mut Oil Co's No. C, C. Campbell, is
through tho salt sane and made thirty
barrels In the last twenty-four hours.
This well jvj., formerly a STall pro
ducer In tho gas sand.
M VR1ETTA FIELD.
Special lo the Leader.
Marietta, O., Sept. 27. Buckley 3ia3
abandoned the fishing iob on No. 2,
Nancy Robinson and has moved the
rig.
CHESTERHILL FIELD.
Sprolal lo tho Lca.dcr.
Chcstcihlll, O., Sept. 27. Gormley
and Co's No.l, Hi Murphy, has It3
rig up. , .
Timblin and Co's No. 1 T. Em
mons, has its rig up.
Embreo and CcJ's No. 1 John Rab
berman, Is drilling.
The Southwestern Petroleum Co's
No. 9, O. and H. J. Smith, is drilling.
Reserved seats for tho Bronson
Company arc now on sale at tho Mar
ietta Book Store. 10, 20 and 30 cents.
An Announcement.
Editor Leader:
Please announce that I am a can
didate for tho office of Councilman
from the Second Ward, subject to
tho will of the voters.
B. F. WOOD.
FOUR GOOD BARGAINS.
Ono of tho best lots in Rathbono
Place, built on both sides, large lot,
west side ot road. This week, J1C00.
Five-room new house, Seventh street
ucar Washington; full half lot. $1600.
Scven-ioom house: Eight street. AH
modern. This week, $2200.
Eight-room house, Front Street.
Extra largo lot; $2500.
These Arc Bargains. Tho best wo
over had.
Hie Marietta Real Estate Exchange
City Electric Building, Fiont
and Butler streets.
OPENING !
September 26tti and 27th,
Kindly call nnd seo our
PATTERN HATS.
Lizzie Biszantz Wells,
J45 Front Streel.
Careful
"We want the meii who are economical jand most' particular' about
clothes to see tlvgp "II. S. & M." suits omd overcoats before'spend
ing any clothes money. You can t be Vnore particular, about the
clothes you wear than Hart, Scliaffner& Marx' aro about making
them. You want honest, reliable, well-tfiado clothing at the very
lowest possible cash prices. We want ydur trade to get what
-we Want We Give You What You Want! Suits and Ovqiv
coats, $8.00, $10.00 $12.00, $14.00 and up. Satisfaction guaran
teed and your money back, if you want it. -
S. R. VAN METRE'; A CO.
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SUMMER
o A. JL? tL 9
Of Oxfords and Slippers at
cost. Some beauties left.
Theis Shoe Co,,
Putnam Street.
Cold-Blooded.
A borrowor onco mado this cold blood
ed remark to his accommodating neigh
bor: "It's 'gainst my interest to pqy
you tho principal, and 'gainst my prin
ciple to pay you tho iototcst." Mnny n
monoy-lencler rccnlls similar expressions.
Hut such oxporionco aro avoided when
you deposit jour money in this bank.
GERMAN NATIONAL BANK,
1M'Hl roLA.llll&'XTAt OHIO.
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ff'nftf' lrft 0 uffMitot fTfth A. U
We Handle
tho well known Adam's Bagnnll Aro
Lamp, nnd invito your Inspection of
same. Its gunrnn.ccd and can re
fer you to a number of well satisfied
customors.
Electrical Supplies
purchased at our storo always satis
fy. Tho price and uunlity aro suuh
thut satisfaction is tho sure result.
. S.
Wo receive a car of bananas every
week. Wo aro going to sell them at 5
and 10 cents per dozen. Tho best lem
ons at 15 cents per dozen; 2 dozen for
25 cents. Wo get our goods by the
car lots. Wo sell cheaper than any
fruit stand In town. All fruit stands
In town buy their fruit from us. Just
call nnd see pur prices. Pino apples
10c apiece. Oranges 20 cents per doz
en. Wo would bo pleased to havo'you
call and see us. Wo havo two of
tho biggest fruit stands in tho city, No,
8 Tiber Way, Butler street; Comer
Greene and Ohio.
Telephone S00.
UGUSSESS&HARVEY
ilillslli8i!Blfi
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BANANAS
Booming Our Business has Started off Willi a Rush,
Our equipment for Dyeinpr, Cleaning and Pressing
Ladies' and Gents' Clothing of every kind is the most
complete in tho city.
Every customerwe havo had has been highly pleased
with the high grade work we are doing.
No guess -work with us. , "We guarantee to pleaae
every one. ,We call for and deliver all work promptly.
Notice our firm name and location.
The United States. Steam Dyeing and (leaning (o.
In Room wltn Mann Bros., No. II Tiber Way.
Bell Phone, 4 rings, No. 478
Dressers.
"The Old Reliable,"
Oiir New
Wo will bo located In tho Dime Sav
ings Bank Building when completed,
occupying flvo looms on tho second
floor, equipped with appllauccs essen
tial to successful dentistry, and also
adapted to tlio comfort and coWculcnco t
of our patients.' f
OHIO v DENTAL V CO.
J. P. BECKER., Mur.
PAYS
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A. J. RICHA;RpSj
75je Drxjggist,
104 Front St., Opposite Dellovuo Hotel, i ''
Youll
TlmattiU JiiiU .a . -
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If you don't get oiie of our gas ranges this v summer. ?
You'll miss the heat if you do. We have a greai' range
of ranges at a great range of prices. See them at our
great double front hardware store.
J". SEYLER & 3BI0.
1 58 and J 60 Front Street.
Iron Frame Eccentric Pumping Powers.
Strong and Easy Running. -
Ajax Iron Sucker Hods, AYooden Sucker Bods. Ironj
Pully or face Hods and Shackle Work of every Descrip
tion, for Pump Wells. Write for'prices. -
OILW
ELL
MLrietfc., Ohio.
PHOTGOBAPHY
DOWLING BROS.,
Cor. 3nl. nnd Maltliowa st. Marietta, O.
A specialty mado of high-class, out-door
work. Crayon onlargoments completo
with frame, &s nnu up. ah worn guar
anteed. 1'icturo Framing to order.
Subrcrlbo for tho
Dally Leader.
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