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it. . u. t.inii,
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omco on I'atnarn St.
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du the second Saturday of each month excep
January, July and August.
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President Hoird of School Tran irur".
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w8,4.'ef. - -- fj- 1'J,T?,2f2ajgf,
Ohio Democrats Retu'n to the
WARNING TO ALL OHIO VOTEES.
Tho Wilson Kill, Which Dronglit Until
Times, Declared to Do Not ICitdlenl
"Forewarned Is forearmed," and tho
peoplo of Ohio may an woll understand,
ill st, last and all tlio time, that thoy
are In it for further lighting along tho
very line that MeKinley conducted for
tho maintenance of protection to
American industries. Hla gicat Duf
fnlo speech Mb farewell addicss in
suppoit o ledproclty, va3 clearly
meant to foster that princlplo in ac
cordauco with tlio Itopubllcan doc
tiincs and practice, anil platfoim of
entiro harmony with tlio piotectivo
idea; but the Democrats aro not talk
ing of that they don't say anything
about reciprocity, except as a meau3 to
In Ohio not only did the Democratic
Etato convention denounce tho MeKin
ley policy of piotoutlou, but demanded
Its abolition, and tho substitution for
It cf the "traditional Democratic pol
icy of a tariff for lovcaue." Morcoer,
tlio Ohio Domosratie campaign man
agers aro filling their paity organs
with the rogular ,old-tlmo free trado
tall:. They cay that "everything
polut3 to a popular demand for a re
vision of tho tariff laws," and their
idea of what this revision must be is
based upon their fuithor declaration
"that tho pictcctlve tariff is a legal
iced robbery of tlio common people."
This is what tho Democracy always
called McilCnleyism, and it i3 right
in order to have it understood that
that is what they aro calling his prin
Still further is it true that they nro
Going about this with evident hopo of
ccompllEhing something nlong their
line of novcr-failiag attack upen
Amcilcan industiics. Ono of their
campaign articles recently given cir
culation la Ohio declares that "Thcro
has uoer been a time .hen the Dcm
cciatic party could maKo an aggres
sivo light iu faor of Its historic posi
tion on tho tariff question with better
prospect lor success." This article fur
ther refers to an Atlanta Constitution
oditoiial as evidenco that thoso Dem
ocrats who were "onco lukc-warm on
the tariff question" aro now leady to
join their eomradc3 in an onslaught
upon tlio protective) system. In fact it
iu declared to bo proved that "today
tho Democratic paity is more united
upon the tariff question than when
G rover Cleveland went into ofilco in
So convinced is thi3 Ohio Demo
cratic wilter that ho has the entiro
Democracy at his baclc, in this ono
thing (if nothing olso under tho sun),
of opposition to the MeKinley tariff
idea, and reetoiatton.of CXoy(eland lreo
trado, that"Eriht"lraaW that tho next
Dcmociatic tailff bill will bo much
more radical than before, becauso in
1802 "tho Democracy in power did not
entiiely fulfill its platform pledges."
Under these- circumstances ovcry ICI1
bourne vote i3 a free trade vote.
How They Promoted the Pres
Kdltnrlnl Opinions With Which AM
Patriotic American Citizens Fully
Tho DiidEcport (Cons.) Standard, in
discussing cditoiially tho shooting of
President MeKinley, sas:
"To tho yellow journalism that has
persiEtcnt'y vilified, ml3icprcsentcd
and abused tho president is mainly
duo tho crime at Buffalo, and It is up
to the leputablo, Jionoiablo portion of
tlio Amcilcan people to cay hov long
that i)o and malicious and criminal
inciting of murder shall continue. Tho
president ignored It and trusted tho
peoplo, but ho could not make allow
ance for tho human volf, tho human
rattlesnake, tne human mad dog lying
in wait lor him hcio and there and
ready to strike when opportunity "'of
fered. 'Theso deadly elements exist ia so
ciety, and InllameJ by the vllo and
muiclcioua Journals, which one them
on, they do their work, and this crime
is tho lirst fruit.-, of that unrestrained
aad murdcious poison poured daily
out among tlio peoplo for tho gain of
boaked ia tho blood of tho boat and
nominally decent men whoso money is
bra'.C3t In tho land. Causo and eftect
aio pliln and unmistakably seen in
Oils natter, and the murder-makers
of yellow journalism arc bak of tho
anaichist, tho crank and the ciased as
sassin, who lollows logically tho
piompting of their political abuse.
"There Is ho oxcuso for anarchism
ia this cotintiy, and llipro should lo
no room for the anarchist, nor should
tlic"o bo room for that colt of treat
ment of an administration, respected
and upheld by tho vast mass of tho
people, that Incites tho passions of the
Ignorant, tho depraved anu tho crim
inal. "Tho murder of a president i3 but
tho first fruits of that sort of pabulum
thrown broadcast among tho people;
tho other logical consequences will bo
general murder, riot and rapine. And
law and decency stand supinely by and
allow this deadly work without a pro
test. That is liberty run to license,
o,nd It is tlio foolishness of tlioto who
live in a fool's paradise. Only tho
madness of the anarchist Inflamed by
tho promptings oi dirty Journalists,
fior.RV Port DcfooicnATS.
Ilcv, Cahl .Tonbs, In a recent lecture
,.t Fort Wayne, enld:
"I feel horry for the Democrata,
Tho Republicans havo lot thorn down'
in" a woll and pulled up tho ladder. As
long ab tho Dcmociatic party has
leddprs l!!:o Tillman nnd Altgold Uioy
will liaya to tako dock passago on the
chip pf state. Theio ain't a Statoionni
ta at decent ship that would give
them quarters. Thoy havo got to put
thq brains Iu front nnd coudlb the
Wains to tho mouth of tho party or
tho Republicans have n cinch on thU
government for U hundred yearn."
Disfranchise Poor Men by the
Discriminates lit Favor of Wealth In
tho t-oultt us It ma In tlib 'Old
bluvoiy Da j 3.
To know what a political organiza
tion is it li always well to go where
it lias plenty of opportunity of its own
to do Just what it likes, and is not rc
stilcted iu its newspaper expressions
or campaign professions by tho fear
of ovoii a Wholesome and vlgorod3
inlnclty. Of course, whcie a party b
lti.clt in a minoitty, it U often guard
ed in its public utteianccs by press and
speech and platfoim, because its ap
peal Is to tho modorato people who
stand between the two grcat( political
division1;, and may be inlluenccd
enough to change that minority into
a majority, at least once in a while.
Consequently, in Ohio, tho full llowcr
of Democracy can never bo soon in its
perfection, hat .'o get in this state
is simply a laint shadow of what party
may be where it Ij in unrestricted and
The Southern" states show Demo
cracy in Its truo condition, and just
no wo hao a particularly good ob
ject lesson in tho now constitution that
the Alabama Democrats, by 132 to 12,
in tho stato coiistltutiorial convention
have adopted, and that the Democratic
stato committep of Alabama has ofil
clally commended to its party as the
fulfillment of Democratic pledges and
good Democratic doctrine, urging their
supporters as a party to do all in their
povcr in Its bchilf. "Tlio instiument
provides for a system of state rogi3
Uation that reaches every precinct in
tho state, but with only ono registra
tion day and ono registration place in
any piccinct; and, no voter whe fails
to get his name on the list on that
single day (whether by his own fault
or tlio obstiuctlon or other fault of
tho lcgistration board), to thoncefor
ward disfranchised, with UU Ihaucp for
getting on tho list.
Wcrso than that is it that after 1903,
tho principal qualification 13 ono of
propel ty. This hits tho poor whites
just as hard as it docs the colorod men,
and betiays tho old and everlasting
r.nimus among the ruling class of the
Couth against "mudsills." Tho ntls
tocratic Southern Democracy has no
use for men except as Its subordinates
and servants, and by this .scheme
manages to use them without haying
to bother about their votes. Thero it
a nominal educational qualification,
but that is practically within the con
trol in ociy case of tho registration
boaid, and as such wlil bo tho samo
humbug In Alabama as it has proved
in other Southern states, being only
a slick sehemo for excluding voters
that they don't caro to have. The
pioperty clause requires a man to havo
$300 in personal property and real es
tate, cither in his own namo or that
of his wife. Still harder 13 the re
quirement as an alternative that a
voter must havo had constant employ
ment, for a year previous to the day
IIov would tho worklngmen
throughout tlio Northern states like to
tako their chances during Democratic
haid times of being disfranchised un
der that kind of cDmocratlc ruling?
That party, having got tnem Into trou
ble and tin own them ont ot work, un
der tho Alabama pjan, would sjiut
them out from tho chanco to ilndo the
mischief, and start tho shops apd tho
mills as MeKinley so well appealed to
them to do. Tho lJl(nilugham (Ala1
bama) Tlmc3 has some caustic criti
cisms on this vholo scheme for dis
franchising tho poor whites of that
stato, saying, among other things:
"With what weapon will tho poor
defend their rights when tho right to
volo ia taken away?
"Suppose tho registrars appoint the
very busiest lime the fai'mcr has as
rcclbUatlon day, what per cent, will
"Will any Christian oto for tho
adoption of a constitution that would
disfranchise Christ if ho should ap
pear upon, earth, and become a citizen
"Wo expect to ceo a few Illiterate
Democrata believing tho. Democratic
ipcakcis voto for tho ratification of a
constitution, that will forever" disfran
chise thorn. l ,;
"Tho permanent plan for registration
treats all ailko; .under it a colorol mart
can yto undqr any circumstance a
white man can, and tho temporary
plan is so arranged as to make it pos
sible to refuse many worthy citizens
who cm iiot make ;tho satisfactory
proof of scrvlco in war, etc.
"If Dives and Lazarus wire here, un
der tho new constitution, Dives would
bo a voter and, LazurUs would bo dis
franchised; as it is Lazarus is in
heaven and DWcs In hell, where ho
will eventually Iw joined by nearly
cvory ,mf mbor of4 tho constitutional
convention, ,wbo voted for its' adop
tion." . " '.I t '
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Deserted Venezuela and Joined
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Willerastad, iBland ot Curacao, Sept.
2G. Further details icgarding tho
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All Trnlns Daily except Sunday.
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Marjetta k 7:20 2:35
Vincent 8;05 3:11!
Siinrpsburrr T):19 BiCj
Palos 10:15 4:50
Noon. p. m.
Corning .....H;E0 B:20
New Loxington 12:43 C:00
Columbus i.. 2:25 b':00
llucyrus ;. 0:55
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Findlay 1:55 10;27
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Xnls, Chicago 1 and. ill '
points west, south. Ani
17 40a m Farkorsburg and ilolpre Loci
EASTWAltl). - .if
1,00 p in-IJelpro, arkbrshUrc, BiOq'tJi)
Salem. Oor,nwaliu. , ,
and all way stations. . ...,,.
la 4B p m Oelpre, Parkersljurg, U 00 p sit
.UalUllloi W Phlladolph
1 la and New York. . .
3 10a m rarVersburc, Wash- S OOp m.
lnuion, JJaltlwqro, k
10 p 00 m PArkeraburg, Wash- 11 40 pm
ndolphla,. New, York,.
Jloeton ana all tiolnWeaflt.
Marietta and Parkorsrinrg Local.
1 ho a m
it 10 a iu
7 I On. 111 ox Sao
l 40 a ra
is inp in
a ao p rn
4 40p in cz Snn
7 00 j, ni
10 00 lira
1 no h m
8 00 u ra
11 40 j) in
All trains ot Marietta i'tstrlct run. to -Pa k
frsbuig. , ,
For through tickets I to nil points In. a
Ontted btates, Canada And, Moxlcoi, vltv ilr
tailed Information as to rates, routes, loeplr
car, accommodations etc., please call on far
addrosB: . ..
u. M. 1'avno, Ticket Agent, Marietta, O.
A. II, Snideb. Passenger Agt.i Marietta, O.1
o, I'.mooakty. 0601 Passenger Agent.
Trains Hun by Central, Standard mi.
1 1 1 ' V -i 1 1 1 '
01a oao 010
am Am p.m
HtonO Cicclt ,
Cnnal Dover -.
fi 4B.f7 5S
16 52 f 7
7 13 8
7 29 9
735 9 1
7 44 f 9 29 f 3
7 55 10 OS 3"
8 0510 2S
8 20,f 10 47 f
8 28 11 05 ,
8 Sfrll 09 f
n sa 11 -vi.
w "" ! xr T
on gso 047
Valley Junction lv,
Canal Dover- "
t5 SOtS 1!
fR m 7 1
." rr-' '
Tost, Hoy "
r Tfl a
lllrd's Itun "
1 o ty a. a
6 5619 34 3
7 ml a Rffl .1
i. xaiut ia,i
Pleasant Clty "
f 7 Kf
j 7 631
South Ollvo "
noxtcr city "
Ifq 41 re icr
mo rvii c Aki
- yyi Mfrf. U U.
iiwiM".nim wni aiaiiouB. ,nti
SS 0 pro, Eolpro Atheu r Ul dhVii
ChllllcothB, Cincinnati 2 j
andvftyAHiUous.T . 1 ' r
f 9 15X11
9 24 1 05 513
9 34 r j ssrsi?
19 4qf 3JfS23
9 48fi 4SfB 36
10,oa 2 3 5 43
10 23 3 25'f6
ri0 3f3 W6M
u of s.m 6 6q
AM I fit, I l'Ml
1 sM i
1 ill 4 42
3 34 5 29
3 51 5 35
4 05 5 41
i tSc c en
Dulc race tgures, P. II. ting. LijM Jut, ltH, Una.
Councctloii lra- e NeivcomeVitoim !
PltuimrK HUiton.-Kor lUtUbmxh lnn4
tho luist.2 43 inn., u 34 nm.,2i7,pm. Ufor
Uhrlchsville nnd l)enni?pn, f7 47 pmf
ForColiimbiH.15 35am. Tor Columbus nnd
Clnclmi'itl. 11 23 ra., 11 20 Jim., Indianapolis
arid Ht.IjoiilH, u 20 pm. For Columbus nnd.
Chicago, 4 23 pm.
Couticctlpiu lraiq Canal Dover via
Cletelaiiil &. I'ltUbnrgh Ulvl.lou I'or
Lk'elmi(l Canton nnd Fort Vano llouto
po nts, cIiIcubo, l'lttsbiinjli nnd Intermediate
polnts,t7 20fti)i.andt2 50lim. -.-,.,
Dally. tEceptSunday. ft'lagStop.'
O. L. PECK, E.A.FOItt(, ;
Gtatnl Hunger, Genertl Hutsgti Ijiol,
7-0-01..N. riTTsnunoir, penn'aj
Tor lime cards, rnles of mre, IUrouHl),llckL
bagiingo eheclts, und further InfonnaUon iv
Burdlnu tho miming or trnltu, apply to any
ufccntoftha Pennsylvania Lines.
Ohio Rivor Rqilroadv
Timo TaWe Effective Nor. 25th, ,1H
d7:47 a. m i..., to Wheeltet
10:368,111. to NewiMartlnarllht
"dl,2:4!5 p. in,.... to Plltaburi; and East
d3:Bl p. m...WhoeliD2 and .Jntpolnti
B:10 p. va Ohio Valley' Express Pitt
burg and East.
6.12 p. m..SIsterflyllla and int. point
9.07 p. m New MartlnBvIIltf and WC
8:B6a.jn. to Parkorsliuri
dll;17 ft. m to Parketstoirl -
12:03 p. m., Ohio Valley' ExprcaiTtS '
,9. Huntington and CincUnfttl.
, :H vo ,Pfc, B!l
" K0.6 m tb AkMtiipj
fl:" P. to Prki5bB
D dilly. doily except Bdadakt. ,tj
L. E. OHALEiNOfti
" ' r L- '"Jl'.r
Pioneer- Dairy and Prodii&e m
At No. 214 Scaminel itrcet r
has for sale, the ' itiffll,lW$
milk, cream, butter mllfc, W$
milk, 'our millc. HotWrJi
cheese, and Dairy Butfen
Marietta Phone b. 2WJ .
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