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Published every day except Sunday, at th
Iioader Building, Putnam Street and
Muskingum Avenue.
NO. 3
Wo will oorislder It a groat favor If
ubscrlbora will report any falluro
to not their Lender, or any carelosB
noss on the part of the carrier.
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er's presence.
Tor President,
Of the United States.
Republican Stuto Ticket.
Por Secretary of State,
CHARLbs KINNEY, of Scioto Co.
For Judge of the Supremo Court,
For Pood and Dairy Commissioner.
Tat Member Board of Public Works.
TRANK A. HUFFMAN, of Van Wert Co
Congressional Ticket.
Tor Congress, 15th District,
H. C. VAN VOORHIS, of Musklncum Co.
Just now all Cincinnati has gone
daft ovor tho divine healer,' Sehrader.
That worthy, who is certainly an in
teresting character, and probably
harmless, has blessed thousands of the
Queen Citv's afflicted mortals. If he
hasn't cured them of their ails, ho has
certainly done them no harm.
Con. Grosvenor's Latest Figures.
Washington, March 30. Representa
tive Grosyenor of Ohio last night gave
out his weekly statement of McKinloy's
strength. This is tho yoto by States,
according to Grosvenor's latest calcula
tion: Alabama 4, Arkansas 16, Florida
S. Georgia 15, Illinois 4, Indiana SO,
JCansas SO, Louisiana 8, Minnesota IS,
Mississippi 18, Missouri 10, New York 4,
Ohio 40, South Carolina 2, Texas 12,
South Dakota 8, West Virginia 2, In
dian Territory 4, Wisconsin 21, Now
Mexico 1; total 255.
"I have taken great pains in this
.matter," said Gen. Grosvenor. "Tho
extraordinary table that was sent out
from Washington Saturday for the en--couragement
of the friends of another
candidate, suggested to me tho propri
ety of the greatest possible accuracy in
making my statement at this time, and
3. Bent telegrams to all of the States in
-which there is any possibility of con
troversy, and haye received answers
3rom the distinguished Republicans
connected with the party organization
in tho several States.
"The States which are yet to elect,
-and in which there will be practically
solid McKinley delegations, give the
most ample assurance that he will pass
tho middle lino of tho aggregate and
lave a good margin for contingencies
and accidents."
JIow tho Great I'lnnlst Keeps In 1'erfect
Condition for Ills Work.
Faderewski rises, as a rule, about
ten o'clock on days when he does not
give a concert or is traveling, writes
John J. a' Becket in an article upon
tho great pianist's daily life in March
Tadies' Home Journal. On days when
.ho is to play in the ovenihg ho rises at
one. I!y way of morning meal he takes
a enp of coffee or tea nothing else,
:not eyen a roll or morsel of bread. lie
practices usually for five or six hours
-each day on a piano which he has sent
to his room in the hotel as soon as ho
arrives in a city. When ho has an
afternoon concert he does not practice
at all, however, and if the concert is
an oyening one he devotes only two or
three hours to exercising on the key
board. In order to strengthen his
dingers he plays only five-finger exer
cises. Like a prize-fighter who is in
training this musical athlete dovotes
"himself to a systematic course of gym
nastics for strengthening all of tho
physical powers which are called into
play by his performances at tho piano.
Those long, slender, "piano" fingers
are put through their paces until they
acquire strength, flexibility, agility
and staying power. His magnificent
technique is not maintained without
bis constant fostering and lubricating
of its springs. This little band of five
faithful servants which each hand
commands is in tenure to a wrist like
steel. But his arms also have to be
strengthened. For this purpose ho
employs an apparatus which he de
signed and had made himself. What
this is ho knows, and nobody else.
Pretty soon tho voice of the bicycle
man will be lifted up in the clamor for
good roads. To the extent which the
-voice is heard, tho bicycle is a public
benefactor. It would hardly be too
much to say that the bicycle man in
this one respect is worth nearly as
much to the country as any other class
of people. Tor he is emphatic in his
persistence, and he is big for his size.
Ho knows what ho must have to make
his enjoyment of his bicycle a success,
and ho knows that what he wants is
tho thing that the whole country needs
as much as ho does, although other
people aro not aware oi it. llo has the
advantage of youth and vigor, for it is
young men who take to the bicycle,
and with that energy of active life, lie
carries on aggressive warfare for what
he wants. The bicycle man is after
crood roods, ana u lie doesn't get what
he is after sooner or later it will be the
first time) that an army of active and
inthusiastlcyoung. Americans over saw
their banner traueq in tne oust.
The Man from Muskingum ,
Knocks tip. Persimmons.
Nominated on tho First Ballot, Which
Stocd 130 to 72.
ISarr mid Miller Chosen ns Ilelogitos
nnd Gaitreo nnil Stnnberry as
Alternates tu the National
It took but ono ballot to do it, but it
was dono most effectually.
Tho supporters of Mr. Davis lnado a
gallant fight, but they went down be
foro VanVoorhis by tho sheer force of
tho latter's popularity and tho splondid
organization of his forces throughout
tho district. But there will bo no
kickers, no animosities, no knives, vis
ible or invisible.
Washington county got the worst of
it, but sho will zealously stand by tho
guns of Republicanism, and in the ides
of November will present Mr. "Van
Voorhis a larsrer Republican majority
than any other county in tho district.
As stated in tho Leader Tuesday, tho
battlo was on Monday night, with
Guernsey the keystone of the situa
tion. It was known that Taylor had
lost in many precincts of his own
county, but tho exact extent of tho in
roads made could not be ascertained.
Could 23 votes from Puernsey havo
been delivered for Davis his nomina
tion could have been effected. At ono
time tho Dayis vote came within two
of tho number required, but these two
could not bo secured, and many of tho
Davis men in Morgan and Noble
climbed on the band wagon.
Taylor withdrew from tho race Tues
day morning, and threw his strength
to Davis, but the combination could
not win.
The Washington county delegation
caucused, and were given their cre
dentials by Mr. Dayis. They chose
John S. McCallister chairman, and Dr.
C. E. Athoy member of the Committee
on Credentials, Dr. L' n. Trickle on
Resolutions, B. E. Guyton on Perma
nent Orc-anizatlon, W. B. McGill on
Rules and Order of Business, and Geo.
Lauer. District Committeeman. It was
decided to cast tho vote of tho delega
tion as a unit on all questions.
The convention was called to order
by Temporary Chairman Dana at 11:30,
and after the announcement of com
mittees adjourned to 1:80 p m.
Upon reassembling the committee on
Permanent Organization reported,
making tho temporary organization
permanent. The committees on Reso
lutions and Rules and Order of Busi
ness also made their reports without
delay. The committee on Credentials
was out two hours, and finally made
two reports, tho majority vote seating
a contested VanVoorhis delegate in
Muskingum and Noble, being adopted
by the entiro convention.
While this committee was out, nomi
nating speeches wore called for. R. L.
Holland ably presented tho name of
Mr. VanVoorhis; B. E. Guyton per
forming the same office for Davis in an
eloquent and taking address.
For Presidential Elector the name of
Cyril Hawkins, of Morgan, was an
nounced by ex-Senator Abbott.
For National Delegate wero present
ed tho names of James R. Barr, of
Guernsev. and David Miller, of Noble.
E. M. Stanberry, of Morgan, was presented-
for alternate, also A. D. Alder
man, of Washington.
It became evident before tho first
ballot that although Mr. Davis could
come within two of the nomination, ho
could not win, and Mr. VanVoorhis's
nomination was assured. The vote
was not an indication of tho real
strength of the candidates, Morgan
county dividing her vote, which under
other circumstances was solid for
for Davis. Noble's eight Dayis yotes
also went to VanVoorhis, along with
eight of the same kind from Guernsey,
both desiring to get in with tho win
ner. The ballpt was as follows:
VanV. Davis.
Guernsey...., 20 10
Morgan 12 12
Muskingum 07
Noble 25
Washington 50
180 ' 72
Col. Hawkins was chosen Elector un
der suspension of the rules, though
Leland, of Noble, tried to turn him
down by announcing J. S. Adiar, of
McConnelsville, who was abnoxious to
tho entire Morgan delegation. Ab
bott made a brilliant speech and the
Leland moye was prevented.
In a brief pointed speech M. W.
Cline, of Washington, presented the
name of J. H. Grafton for Delegate,
Mr. Grafton was given the Bolid voto
of both Washington and Morgan, but
naturally the Noble and Guernsey peo
ple were to be taken care of by tho
VanVoorhis forces, and Barr and Mil
led were named.
For Alternate E. M. Stanberry had
no opposition, but tho Washington dele
gation did not appear to want Mr.
Alderman any more than Morgan
wanted Adair, Tho name of W. B.
Gaitreo as Washington's candidate,
was presented, despite that gentle
man's protest, and ho was elected with
a hurrah.
A committee appointed for tho pur
pose escorted Mr. VanVoorhis to the
convention hall, where he made an el
oquent address, thanking the conven
tion for the honor conferred uppn him.
,The meeting closed with general
good feeling prevailing.
At Least, William l'Anl's Ncclt ) Saved
From the Hangman' Noose.
Columuus, O., Murch Bl. Gov .Bush
nell Monday ovenlug granted a resplto
of 30 days to William Paul, who was to
have been executed in the penitentiary
annex between twclvo nnd ono o'clock
Tuesday morning. This action was
taken at tho earnest request of Sen
ator Tissandler, of Brown county, in
which tho murder was committed. It
is claimed by Senator Tissandier that
the stato board of pardons novcr took
proper actions in reference to tho case.
According to tho claim of tho senator
tho board failed to consider several
important documents presented as ovi-i
denco tending to show that ho was in
Twin mothers Marry Twin Slaters Near
Woostor, O.
Woostkk, O., March 31. A most
remarkable wedding took place at tho
residence of Widow Ropp, across tho
Wayno county line, In the southwest
ern part of Harrisvlllo township, Me
dina county. Tho contracting parties
wero Vernon R. Star, of Burbank,
Wayno county, and Irene V. Repp, and
Vestal H. Star and Idena V. Repp.
Tho remarkable featuro about this
double wedding is that the grooms are
twin brothers and the brides twin sis
ters. Rev. N. Lewis, of Burbank, per
formed tho ceremony in the presence of
tho family, relatives and neighbors. A
fine wedding supper followed.
-Who was Itobbed ot 850,000 at Chicago
Said to lie Dylag-
Marion, O., March 31. Mrs. Susan
Baker, the oldest of the pioneer settlers
of this city and county, is dead. Sho
was born in 1708. In 1810 she married
Joseph' Wilson, who died in 1837. Six
children wero tho result of that union,
and all of whom havo died except one
daughter. In 1845 she married Ebor
Baker, who founded this city. Mr.
Baker died In 1804. Mrs. Baker's 07th
birthday anniversary in 1895 was cole
prated by her children of five gener
What tho Scientists Think About Their
Influence on Our Weather.
The excd question of the influence of
Bun-spots on the weather seems to be
as far from settlement tp-day as it wau
ten or twenty yeais ago, says the
Youth's Companion. So great an au
thority as Lord Kelvin has recently ex
pressed a doubt as to whether the co
incidences noticed by students of this
subject are not, after all, deceptive and
misleading. Other investigators, how
ever, continue to think thnt a. real con
nection exists between the spottedncss
of the sun and tho condition of the
weather on tho earth.
Among tho latest contributions to
our knowledge on the subject are those
lnado by Mr. W. L. Dallas, who has in
vestigated the weather records kept
from 1850 to 1879 on board shlpi in flio
Bay of Bengal, and by Dr. P. Polls, who
has reviewed tho records of 04 years',
at Aix-la-Unappelle. Mr. Dallas con
cludes that, 03 far as the Bay of Bengal
is concerned, tho heat is greatest when
sun-spots oro most numerous. Dr.
Polls, on tho other hand, finds that at
Alx-la Chappelle the warmest feensons
formerly coincided with the smallest
number of sun-spots, but that since
1878 a change has apparently ocoui red
and now it is hottest when the sun is
most spotted. Dr. Polls also finds that
the number of thunder storms gener
ally increases with a decrease of tho
These facta and inferences are partic
ularly interesting just now, fcecauso
from this time on we aro likely to seo
tho sun-spots rapidly decreasing insizo
anu number lor secral years to come.
Tho Judge's Able Support of Ills Own De
cision. At a circuit court held some years
ngo in a western stato an action of
ejectment was tried "by the court w ith
out a jury." Tho decision rendered was
couched in such a way that it caused
considerable amusement.
The suit was brought, says tho
Youth's Companion, by a religious so
ciety to recover possession of a ceme
tery. The defendant was a physician
in active practice, who, as one of a com
mittee appointed by the church, had
bought tho ground for tho uso of tbo
Afterward ho severed his connection
with the society, and it was found that
he had taken the title in his own name,
nnd intended to appropriate the prem
ises for.hls private use. Tho defendant
insisted that ha had bought tho ground
in his own right after his relations to
the society had ceased.
The court, after hearing the evidence
nnd arguments, proceeded to stato tie
grounds for his decision, and ordered
judgment for tho plaintiff. Whereupon
the defendant's counsel arose, and
asked tho court to state more fully tho
reasons for the decision.
"Certainly," said his honor, promptly,
"But as you have heard what I have said,
I havo only two additional reasons to
give: One is that tho church seems to
need a cemetery, and the other that tho
doctor has failed to show that his prac
tlco is sufficiently largo to mako it
necessary for him to keep a burying
ground of his own."
An exchange says "o" is tho most un
fortunate letter in tho English alpha
bet, "because it is never in luck, never
out of debt and never out of danger."
Our exchange forgets that tho afore
said letter is nover in war and always
in peace; it is the commencement of ex
istence, tho beginning of ease and tho
end of trouble; without it there would
bo no bread, no meat, no water, no
life. i
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
Bj Arousing to Hoallhj Action all her Organs.?
It causes health to bloom, nnd
joy to reign throughout tho frame.
; ... It Never Fails to Regulate ...
"JUrwIfehnshpfimindartfDntninntnf lend.'
, nx physicians tlirco years, without benefit. 5
After uslnit three bottles of DItAI)FlBI,DS
' i itaiAuu j,aiiuiiAiu BDocnnaonoronn
' coaxing, mnsinK nna wnsning."
i H.B.lillYAN.llenderson.Ala.
Sold br drugglstsat f I OO per bottle.
city solicitor:
it it. editor: Will you pleaso announce the j
undersigned to be a candidate for tbo offlce oi
City Solicitor, subject to the will of the voters
at the coming Spring election?
Mr Editor: Please announce that I will bo
a candidate for re, election to the office of City
Solicitor, at the coming April election.
J, C. UuenAN.
crrr crvn. bnoineer;
Editor Leader: Please announce my name
for the offlce of City Civil Engineer, subject to
the vote of the people at the April election.
W. P. Masoh.
Editor Leader:
Please announce my name as a candidate
for re election to the office ot City Engineer.
E. FnANK GAtes.
Editor Leader Kindly announce through
your columns the fact that Mr. Phillip B.
Peters, tho present efficient member of Coun
cil from tho Fourth Ward, w 111 bo a candidate
for re-election. appreciative voters.
Editor Leader Will you announce la your
paper my name for the office of Councilman
(or the Fourth ward? Dr. J. O. Hardy.
Editor Leader Please announce the name
of Frank Weber as a candidate for re election
to Council from tho Second Ward.
Editor Leader: Will you-state through
your columns that B. F. Wood will be a candi
date for the office of Councilman from tho
Second Ward, subject to the will of the voters
at tho coming April Election.
Tax Payers,
jdstice op the peace.
Editor Leader: Will you announce the
name of D E. Guyton for the office of Justice
of the Peace, and oblige Many Friends.
Editor Leader4 Please announce my
name as a candidate for the office of Justice ot
the Peaco in Marietta township, and oblige
Miller H. Hart,
Editor Leader Please announce my name
as a candidate for Mayor of the city of Mari
etta at tho coming spring election, subject to
tho will of tho voters. H. F. Kraft.
Editor Leader: Please announce In your
columns that Mayor Jewett Palmer will be a
candidate for re election at the next munici
pal eloctlon. Voters.
Editor Leader Please say In your paper
that I am a candidate for the office of Mayor
of the City of Marietta, subject to tho will of
tho loters at the April Election.
Edw. Meisenuelder.
EDITOR LEADER: Pleaso announce tho
name of Charles. H. Newton as a Candidate
for Township Clerk of Marietta Township,
subject to the decision of the voters at tho
Api U election. His Friend3.
Editor Leader- Please announce the
name of J. W. Sturglss as a candidate for the
office of Clerk of Marietta Township, and
oblige Many Tiuends.
Editor Leader: Will you announce tho
name of the undersigned as a candidate for
the office of Trusteo of Marietta Township,
subject to the will of the voters at the April
Election. John T. Bell.
Editor Leader: Please announce the
namo of William Harsha as n candidate for
Township Trustee at the Spring election.
many voters.
Editor Leader :
Will you kindly announce that Mrs. Helen
Morgan, Fifth Street, will ta a candidate for
member of Board of Education, Marietta, sub
ject to the will of the voters at the coming
election. Voters of the City.
Ediior Leader Please announce the
name of George A. Shapley, of Grandvlew, ns
a candidate for the office of Sheriff, subject to
the will of Convention. His Friends.
Editor Leader Please state In the Leader
that Christopher J. FfaS, of Adams township,
will be a candidate before the county conven
tion for the office of Sheriff. Voters.
The Ben Hur
A Strictly High Grade Wheel I
See Sample in Diamond Tants Co's Window,
Fine Buggies, Ladies' Phaetons, Sur
les and Oil Men's Buckboard, Etc,
We have in stock tho finest assort
ments of high grade work ever offered
id Marietta. We visited tho factory
where these goods aro made nnd wo do
not hesitate to recommend them very
highly to our friends. We buy by the
car-load and get the yery lowest prices.
They wero all made before January 1st,
1800, therefore aro thoroughly dry.
Wo handle a buggy made especially
for farmers' use, strong and durable.
Call at G15 Fourth street
F. H. Dutton & Son.
If you need an engine of any kind,
steam, gasoline, kerosene oil, send for
free illustrated circular to Ciiab, P.
WiLLAitD & Co., 107 Canal St, Chicago.
Show which way the wind blows, and the num
ber of packages that went from our store Sat
urday shows who sells the Clothing and, Fur
nishing goods in Marietta. 40 per cent, in
crease in our business last Week over the cor
responding week last year. We are receiving
duplicates of all those Tailor-made Worsted
Suits that are selling so fast. They come in
Wide Wale, Clay, Basket and French weave
patterns, and in all shades. Nothing in this
city to compare with them- in quality andprjee.
An IMMENSE stock of Boys' and Children's
Suits and Pants, and about 1000 pairs Men's
Pants in all grades just in; also our THIRD in
voice of 50 and 75c Laundried Shirts. Come
to US when you want the BEST goods for the .
LEAST money.
S. R. Van Metre &Co.,
Wholesale, The Old Reliable Cash Clothiers. Retail
pring Dress Goods!
All the stylish fabrics are here, and in many
instances there is less to pay than you would
imagine. Glossy Mohairs, Brilliant Plaids, Ser
viceable Jamestowns, without a desirable style
missing. (Why not inspect these stylish fabrics
when in the store?
Knox, Jenvey
"City Cash Shoe Store"
Dealers in Reliable Footwear
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
This new store, situated at 123 Putnam street, the room former
ly occupied by the Citizens National Bank, will be open for busi
ness Saturday Morning, March 28th. The public is invited to call,
examine stock and make selection. ,
I 23 Putnam St. W. F.
Colonial Book Store,
Constantly arriving, the latest, and
and clotn.
Marie Oorrellis latest
' ( Mighty Atom.
Wo fill many orders for expensive and standard works that are
rarely carried in stock. Visiting Cards, finely engraved, and Buller
Stamps supplied at short notice. A new and attractive line of lie
ward Cards, both for Day and Sunday School. Our beautiful line of
Easter goods are having ready sale.
Don't forget the Webster Type writer Rillons. You pay no more
for the lest than for an inferior article.
1 53 Colonial Block.
Do You Want a Good Lamp?
If so, Beo Charles Holtz on Front Strcot near Putnam. Uo also will
show you by far tho Best Selected stock of Quconswaro in Marietta.
Charles Holtz, the queensware man.
"Doing My
Own Work."
How often havo you heard
Very often, no doubt. The
Was made for these noblo women who 4ovote their lives to
the comfort and welfare of others. There aro many things
that commend this invention, but not the least is this: It makes
house-work no longer a drudgery, but a pleasure.
We have ried it',
Ife know what it can do;
We recommend it
Front Sir., SOLE AGENTS, MarlitO, 0k
& Allen,
No. 168 Front
lest things published both in paper
( Barrabbas.
I Sorrows of Satan.
a tired woman make this remark?
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