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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
8B0B6B 11. COOKE,
10WS TV. ULN8LEV
ASSOCIATE. Published every day oxcept Sunday, at tho
Leader lluildlng, Putnam Street and
SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1890
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For President, '
Of tho United States.
For Secretary of State,
CUAKLE3 KINNEY, Of Scioto Co
Forjudge of the Supreme Court,
MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Fayette Co.
For Food and Dairy Commissioner,
JOSEPH E. BLACKBU8N,ofielmont Co.
For Member Board of Public Works,
FRANK A. HUFFMAN, of Van Wert Co.
For Congress, 15th District,
H. C. VAN VOOHHIS, of Musklncum Co.
Editor Leader: Please announce the name
of George A. Shapley, of Grandvlew, as a can
didate for the office of Sheriff, subject to the
irtll of Convention. His Friends
Editor Leader: Please state In the Leader
that Christopher J. I'f afl, of Adams township,
will be a candidate before the county conven
tion for the office of Sheriff. Voters.
Editor Leader: Will you kindly an
nounce that the undersigned will be a candi
date for the office of Sheriff, subject to the will
of the Republican convention to be held In
May. John S. McCallister.
Editor , Leader: Please announce in
your paper that the undersigned will be a
candidate for the office of Sheriff of Washing
ton County, subject to the will of the Republi
can County convention to be held May 20th.
Editor Leader: PJease announce that the
undersigned will be a candidate for Sheriff,
subject to the will of the Republican county
convention, May 2Cth. Roscoe Wolctt.
Editor Leader: The county west of tho
Muskingum river not having had a Sheriff for
twenty-flve years, we think It in order to an
nounce the name of G. R. Goddard, for the
office, subject to the vote of the delegates in
Republican county convention May 2Cth.
Editor Leader. Will you Ulndly announce
In your paper that the undersigned w ill be a
candidate for the office of Sheriff of Washing
ton County, subject to the will of the delegates
in Republican County Convention, and oblige
AIoroax county was recognized by
Governor Bushnell in the appointment
of John Tysinger as Deputy Shop In
spector for the Seventh District
There is still time for the announce
ment of a few more candidates for the
Republican nomination for Sheriff, but
if the list increases materially the
"Standing Boom Only" sign will have
to go up.
Ex-Pjiesidext Harrison did not inalce
Jus expected speech in the Indian State
Convention and the Hoosiers indorsed
McKinley without qualification. Years
ago Harrison made a reputation upon
Jils ability to see through a brick wall.
TnE trial of Scott Jackson, charged
with the murder of Pearl Bryan, has
come to a close at Newport, ICy., and
the fate of the defendant is in the
liands of the jury. Tho concensus of
opinion is that the State has failed to
make a case of murder in the first de
gree, though the chain of circumstan
tial evidence is sufficiently strong to
justify conviction of involuntary man
slaughter, which is punishable by im
prisonment for not more than 20 years
nor less than one year. An acquittal
is not looked for.
High School Commencement.
The exercises of the fifth annual
Commencement of the Marietta Town
hlp High School were held Friday
evening at 7 o'clock at Sand HilL E ol
lowing is the program, which was very
interesting and entertaining to the
3nvocatlon Rev. J. R. Stewartr
Salutatory: Men Pass Aay but Their
Deeds Lle On Julia A. Riley
Duties of American Youth Frank E. Miller.
The Key to Success Anna Margaret Kidd
Aim of Life Frank G. Mitchell-
.Energy Wins the Way F. Leroy Harsha
"Valedictory: Woman's Influence
Oma Mabel Thorniley.
Rev. J. W. Simpson, Pres. Marietta College.
Presentation of Diplomas by President of
Board of Education N. N. Thorniley.
Motto: Cor Unum, Via Una.
The graduating class was composed
of Julia A. Riley, Frank E. Miller,
Anna Margaret Kidd, Frank O. Mit
chell, F. Leroy Harsha and Oma Mabel
Thorniley ' '
Much credit for the manner in which
the young people acquitted themselves
is due Superintendent L. B. Booher and
his able assistant, Miss Mary Jessie
Indiana A. P. A.'s Object.
Ihdiasafolis, Ind., May a Resolu
tions signed by D. McCallln, chairman
ot the A. P. A. executivo oommitteo of
Indiana, have been given out to the
effect that Indiana A. P. A. do not np
Urove of tho attaclc made on McKlnley
In tho samo of the order. The Indiana
A. P. A.'s support McKlnley.
manager DlddUbock Sdijiendftd.
St. Louis, May 8. Manager Harrjl
Dlddlebock, of the 6t LouU Drowns.
tarts suspended Friday morning. It u
alleged that he won considerable mono;
oq ttte race Thursday night, on4 began
olbratlng. He did not how up ilfri.
day morning, ana it is Mid Arll
Ithm wiUJlceh$ipl.e .
f IN THE OIL FIELDS.
In tho Miller well on the Bell farm,
in tho Sand Ilill fleld.Jwas lost a string
of tubing two months atto, und it was
recovored two days ngo. Tho well will
go down to tho Borearlt.
Tho Boston Oil Co. on tho Hutchln I
son farm, two miles north of tho Sand
Hill Cold, cased off the salt water Mon
day, and the operations will proceed
down to tho Beroa.
H. B. Boymer has organized a coin
pany for oil In Meigs township, Mus
kingum county. A. W. Nicholson,
John A. Bliss, J. E. McClelland, V. B.
Cosgrave, John T. Nicholson, John C.
Beckott and H. 1$. Beymer compose
the.company. Guernsey Times,
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Sistersyille,' W, Va., May?. Shay &
Mcjf ullen aro progressing nicely with
their No. 3 on the Dan Weekly farm,
also their No. 1 on the Jack Weekly
farm, out near Wick, and expect to
reach tho paf by Saturdny.
T. N. Barnsdall's well on Rock run,
in tho St. Mary's district, came in to
day nnd will make-in the neighborhood
of a 40 barrel produoer.
Mr. F. S. Henry, president and gen
eral manager of tho Henry Oil Com
pany, is in Pittsburg.
G. T. Bunnell Is making daily trips
to St Mary's looking after his Interests
In that field.
J. A. Kennedy received to-day two
complete rigs to bok placed on the MillB
tract, In Wetzel county.
C. & Watson, of the Victor Oil Com
pany, who has been In the city for tlie
last threo days, purchasing tho neces
sary articles to push the extensive
work they hayo under way in this field,
left this morning for tho seat of opera
tions. They have two more wells In
the neighborhood of Wick that thoy
expect to make producers.
The Devonian wells Nos. 1 and 2, on
the Win. and Doc Staloy farms, on In
dian creek, have flowed exactly. 1,301
barrels in tho last 24 hours. Their well
No. 2, which was agitated late yester
day afternoon and reported as making
135 barrels per hour, has evidently de
creased considerably, as tho two wells
only gauge 55 barrels per hour. We
have it from a yery reliable source that
the well was not agitated, as reported,
but that It will be drilled deeper this
evening or to-morrow morning, and
prospects aro good for an immense flow
of the entrancing liquid.
Since the Waynesburg Oil Company
has started a well near Belleville,
Wood county, a large number of people
in this city who were lucky In leasing
In that vicinity hayo or inteud.to take
up some land in the immediate vicinity
of the well the above parties are sink
ing, and wish for a lucky strike like
others they have had.
Ramey & Sullivan's well, in the Rog
erson field, nearMoundsvllle, was drill
ed through the sand last night and is
dry. The wellls located 550 feet south
west of the big Rogerson producer, and
the drill was sent down to 707 feet.
The Newland well, in the Colerain
field, took a spurt yesterday at noon
and made a flow of about CO barrels in
forty minutes, and then subsided to its
usual amount. Preparations aro being
made to pump It. Wheeling Register.
oil plant sold.
Lima, O., May 7,--The Standard Oil
company today took possession of tho
Century Oil company's refinery, which
places the Standard in complete pos
session of the lower oil fields. The
Century's plant was placed in the hands
of a receiver a short time ago and was
purchased by John E. Borne, of New
York, who has now turned It over to
The Moundsville Echo says: "Tho
news from the "Big Alex" well this
morning is that the gas is too strong
for the pump valves to work, conse
quently the well does not pump regu
larly, but she Is making tho accumula
tion in the tank that gives her a good
rating. A prevalent opinion among
operators is that the "Big Alex" is
close to the gas anticlinal and wells
put down farther east, will probably
come in more gas than oil. The North
Penn. No. 2 seems to be In a streak of
bad luck. About the time they got
the hole cleared of a broken rope, they
broke a stem, and will be delayed for a
week or two making repairs. A repre
sentative of L. L. Thomas & Co.. of
Mannlngton, is hero today. They have
closed up 044 acres and will start a rig
on the Woodruff lease, northeast of tho
producers, tomorrow. From what can
be learned from Jolly Bros, 'swell, on
Tom's run the last string" of casing is
going In, today. .The Calhoun well, on
the Gallagher farm, isullh churning
the tools on iron. They expect to drill
itf out and clear the Tvell lni short
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ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE mailed on application, giving
complete list and description of all articles and Titles of Books
and Pictures ; also tells how to get them.
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No counons exchanged after July I. 1897.
Unitarian Church Morning subject:
"Unity of Purpose." Evening: "How
Shall We Observe Sunday?1'
Baptist Church The morning sub
ject will be, "Unconscious Loss of
Strength." Evening subject: "The
Harm of Evil Associations."
Wesleyan Methodist At 10:30 n. m.,
preaching by pastor, subject: "Tile
Atonement." At 2:30 Sunday School,
Miss Matta Corcey, Superintendent.
At 7:30, preaching by Elder M. Gangs.
Subject, "The Opened Fountain."
Elder Ganes will leaye in u few days
for the South, on his mission.
At the Presbyterian Church the pas
tor will preach in the morning. Sub
ject, "Broad Sympathies:" In the
evening the Itov. Solomon Fay, of Bos
ton ill preach.
Ilarmar Congregational Morning,
"The Goodly Fellowship." Evening,
"The Whole Souled."
First M. E. Morning, "Tho Phases
of a Remarkable World Movement."
In the evening Key. George Hober
Jones, missionary to Corca and mem
ber of our Northern New York Con
ference, will give an interesting mis
sionary address. Special music.
Germon St. Luke's Morning and
evening, "The German Reformation, or
Dr. Martin Luther."
Rev. S. B. Fay, of Boston, will preach
at the Congregational church Sunday
morning. The pastor will preach in
Chas. B. Hood, Broker and Manu
facturer's Agont, Columbus, Ohio, cer
tifies that Dr. King's New Discovery
has no equal as a Cough remedy. J.
D. Brown, Prop. St. James Hotel, Ft.
Wayne, Ind., testifies that he was cured
of a Cough of two years standing,
caused by La Grippe, bv Dr. King's
New Discovery. B., F. Merrill, Bald
winsvillo, Mass., says that he has used
and recommended it and never know it
to fail and would rather have it than
any doctor, because it always cures.
Mrs. Hemming, 222 E. 25th St, Chica
go, always keeps it at hand and has no
fear of Croup, because it instantly re
lieves. Free Trial Bottles at W. H.
Styer's Drug Store.
,111. Expenses Were Fifty Cents.
Upf kb Sandusky, O., May 8. Prob
ably ,the smallest expense account filed
by ny carjajdatfl in the state is thatof
3. M. Wilcox) republican nominee for
"clerk of the. courts. Fifty cents lor
dinner on the day of tho convention
was all that he expended.
Delpho. In it Bad Wajr.
Delphos, O., May a Tho city treas
ury is depleted, and tho council has or
dered tho street electric light service
out off. Citizens aro indignant, and
ladies aro afraid to venture out after
dark without an escort
Wo have opened nn office and are now
prepared to undertake and conduct the
sales of Real Estate and other proper
ties. Property listed, "wants to buy,"
bargains "for sale" will recelvo prompt
and careful consideration. Money
judiciously invested through this
bureau. Glazier's Agency,
227 Second St. opp. Union Depot
Residence, 304 Warren St
Jack Knives and Pen Knives, first quality.
American manufacture, Razor Steel, band
forcedjflnelj tempered Blades. StagDandle.
Highest Grado SteeL Hollow Ground.
Finest Quality Leather, Ladles' and Gent'.
1000 Mllo Repealing. For any elzo Bicycle.
Tho "Mall Pouch" Watches are made by
a leading American Watch Company
txiare guaranteed, without qualification.
ine"worKB" contain oil improvements up
to dato. Thoy will wear and perform well
for a life time If only ordinarily cared for.
Yesterdu) 's Games mill Standing of the
Chicago '. 5
Washington . 5
Boston a. o
Louisville ; ' 0
St Louis S
New York 2
W. L. Pr.
Philadelphia 12 5 700
Pittsburg 11 5 087
Boston 11 0 047
Chicago 11 7 ,011
Cleveland 9 0 000
Cincinnati 10 7 588
Baltimore 0 S 529
Washington 8 9..' 471
Brooklyn 0 9 412
St. Louis 7 11 ..889
New York 0 11 353
Louisyille 2 12 Ill
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or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
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unded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale bv W. H. Htver.
forest Hires in jiucaiean.
Houghton, Mich., May 8. Forest
fires are burning at several points in
Houghton, Ontonagon and adjoining
counties. So far no great damage has,
been done, but with continued dry
weather the fires will speedily become
serious. Rains are hoped for in timi
to provent a repetition of the danger
ous fires of tho past'.
Won the Guttenburg Shoot.
Guttenbobo, N. J., May 8. Fred
Gilbert, of Spirit Lake, la., won the
clay target championship of America
at the big Guttcnburg shoot Friday.
Gilbert scored 200 out of a possible 300.
E. D. Fulford, of Utica, N. Y., was
Civil Service Kales Amended.
Washington, May 8. Tho president
has further amended tho civil service
rules by an order issued Friday bringing
into the classified service the inter
state commerce commission, which
embraces about 140 nersons.
Mrs. Anna (age, wife of. Ex-
ueputyu. Ss-Marsnai, -
Celumbus, Km., says t
"I was delivered
of TWINS in
less than 20 min
utes and with
scarcely any pain
after using only
two bottles of
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don't be taken in on any old" time schemes
' such as "special inducements" in tho way of $10.00
suits for $S.O0; $12.00 suits for $10.00,. &c, &c. Those
are Jew" methods and you'd better be a little suspicious,
they'll do you every time.
New goods coming in every day, all bought for oAsii and marked in
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Wo are satisfied with a very small per cent, of profit and. you'll never
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See our elegant line-of Summer Suitings, all weaves, all colors and
all prices. All wool Scotches, Oassimeres, Cheviots &c, start at $5.00;
better grades in fine worsteds (plain clays, ?ftnBy weaVesail shades if '
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Ladies' Spring Capes made of all-wool
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Colonial Book Store,
To our already full stock of HIGH GRADE
WRITING PAPERS we have added the real
Irish Linen, Commercial and Octavo
sizes; in 1 lb. boxes. The best 1 Oc
box of PAPER and EN-
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SIM IN HAMMOCKS $5.00.
We have a splendid line of first-class
Croquette Sets, Tennis Balls, Base Balls,
Rods, Reels, Lines, Hooks, &c. &c.
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Full stock of Office and General Stationery.
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We do tailoring, too. Our tailors are artists in their line,
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fe Arrive Soon:
Buggies, Farm Wagons and
In the meantime if you want a Single Rig, come and give us special
order for it.
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at eight ocloeh. fffl
No. 108 Front
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