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The Marietta Daily Leader.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1901.
REPUBLICAN CONVENTION
For City, Board of Education and Township
Officers.
CITY OFFICERS.
Tho Republicans of tho City of Mar
ietta are hereby notified that a conven
tion of tho Qualified doctors of the
Republican party will be held at Hagan
& Sobad's Hall, on Third street, in said
city, on
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 19TH. 1901,
At seven (7) o'clock, P. M., for the
purpose of placing In nomination can
didates for tho folIownK offices:
, One City Marshal.
One City Commissioner.
One Water Works Trustee.
One Oomcterv Trustee.
Said convention shall bo composed of
dolegatos to bo cliosen at primary elec
tions held in each ward of said city
on
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 16TH. 1901.
Between tho hours of flvo o'clock P.
M., and seven o'clock. P. M. The ap
portionment of said delegates shall be
one delegate for each twenty-five vote'
or fraction of thirteen votes cast at
tho next preceding election for the Re
publican candidate for Mayor. The
nunVber of delegates shall bo:
First Ward G
Second Ward 9
Third Ward 15
Fourth Ward 12
Fifth Ward C
Sixth Ward C
Total 54
Nominations for the various offices
shall he made In the order given above
and a majority of all the votes cast
shall be necessary to nominate any
candidate. z
The Republican electors of the sev
eral wards oro further notified that at
the same tlmo and places at -which thi
delegates are chosen to said conven
tion, one candidate for Member of the
City Council and one candidate fo
Assessor are also to be chosen for each
Ward respectively, and the names of
such candidates shall be certified to
said: convention -with the credentials of
the delegates thereto, and also certi
fied to the Board of Deputy State Su
pervisors of Elections.
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
At the same time and place said con
vention! twill proceed to nomlnato
Two candidates for the Marietta City
Board o Education for the full term,
and
One candidate for the Marietta City
Board of Education for tho short term.
In the nomination of candidates for
the Board of Education that portion
of theSchool District lying outside of
the city limits shall be entitled to re
presentation by delegates as follows:
Harmar Precinct 2
Fultonhurg Precinct 1
Little Muskingum Precinct 1
And notice Is hereby given to the Re
publican voters of said nrecinots who
are entitled to vote for members of th
Board of Education to select said dele
gates nt the same time as that pre
scribed for the selection of delegates in
the several -wards of the city.
, By authority of Republican Commit
tee. HENRY R. CHERRY.
WILLIAM R. RONEY.
B. J. BLAIR.
WALTER H. SMITH.
R. G. PUTNAM.
J. B. McCLURE.
FOR TOWNSHIP OFFICERS.
The qualified Republican voters of
the Wards and Precincts of Marietta
Township nre further notified that at
tho same time and nlace as the city
convention ordered as above, candi
dates will be placed in nomination for
Township Offices, as follows:
One Township Trustee.
One Townshin Treasurer.
One Justice of the Peace.
Two Constables.
For the wards of Marietta City the
delegates chosen to the city convention
shall be the delegates for the nomina
tion of townshiD officers.
In the precincts lvlng outside the
City of Marietta the representation
shall be one delegate for each twenty
Ave votes or fraction of thirteen cas4
for President McKInley at the last pre
ceding election. Under this ratio tho
eaid nreclncts will be entitled to the
following number of delegates:
Harmar Precinct
FUltonburg Precinct
Little Muskingum Precinct
By order of Republican Committee
E. L. BROWN. Chairman.
8. A. SEIPEL, Secretary.
Fencing and Physical Culture,
I wish to announce that there will
he a meeting at the Boat House, nex
Wednesday night, February 13th at 7
o'clock, for the organization and enroll
ment of a class in Physical Culture.
Tho first lesson will be given thaf
night Prices for Instruction are .s
follows: complete course of twenty
one lessons in Physical Culture, ?10.
Course of ten lessons in Fencing, $5.
Payable In advance. To any club ot
twenty or more, either ladles or gentle
men, who make application within a
week I will give a liberal reduction on
either course, or both courses together,
J12.00. Physical Culture needs no
comment on my part, and fencing la
not only valuable as an exercise and
beautiful accomplishment, but It is an
excellent trainng also, 'being in great
demand in the largo cities. For further
information, which will be given cheer
fully to all at any time, call at Tho
Wakefield.
OSCAR LILLEMO.
Both Phones 91.
Feb. 12 It
Wanted A IVlfe
Must bo -strong and never have a lame
. back. DR. RANKIN'S KIDNEY TAB
LETS stop the pain at onco and euro
permanently. Sold by Beagle & Ly
tic and A. J. Richards, druggists, Mari
oua, Ohio.
CONVICT WcSWEENEY
LlveStWIIh Two Hundred Rats In Ohio Penitentiary.
The pled piper of Hamlin, who piped
so divinely that all the rats in the town
followed: him as he walked through the
streets, hJi found a parallel In a life
prisoner at the Ohio penitentiary.
Down deep in tho ground Morgan
IfcSweeney, as he watches tho monoto
nous whir of tho whc'el3 and driving of
pistons on the big steam pump, 'while?
away his time by making friends with
the army of rodents (Which Invest ths
the little six by eight hole, where the
rest of hU life will be spent.
When thoy bear hl3 peculiar whistle
they come out from every hole and cor
ner until tho room Is filled with the
bright-eyed, grey furrcU little animals.
They run along, the pipes, clamber
over machinery and up tho Iron rods to
the table Where he Invariably feeds
them. So tame have they become that
they will perch on his shoulder, delve
Into his pockets and indulge In other
familiar antics to which Mack makes
no objection.
Many of them have names and will
answer to them when they hear his pe
culiar -whistle.
Tho pump room Is an old part of the
prison and swarms with rats. They
are fed thero several times a day and
all the rats in tho prison are rapidly
being concentrated at that one point.
McSweeney receives them all.
He allows thom to do as they please
and such playful little liberties as
chewing holes in his cap, dining off
his coat collar or carrying away a part
of his shoes he never resents. They
have become so free with him th?t he
Is obliged to tie his trousers at the bot
tom and to tie his coat sleeves shut to
prevent them from nesting In his
clothes. When feeding time comes
they Indulge in a miniature football
game, pulling and pushing each other
to get at the bread and milk, which Is
strewn around the place, and many a
hot fight takes place on the steam
tank or the stone flagging.
Morgan McSweeney, their protector,
is a queer character. He is tall and
strongly built, 'with grizzled beard and
long matted hair. All day lone, J?e
some medieval hermit he sits in nls
cave and plays with his rodent friends
To see him thus engaged no one would
Imagine that the kindly-eyed, genial
engineer had.' killed a man and for that
crime was doomed to fritter away his
life Inside prison walls. But those who
know his story Judge him gently and
say that he ought to be a free man
Morgan canie from Washington county
in Auznst of 1898. 'He had been con
victed of killing a young man In his
native place and In spite of the circum
stances surrounding the deed was giv
en almost tho full limit of the law.
He had a daughter whom he lovel
better than his own life. A young man
whom he had always trusted was court
ing her, but with deceit an'd treacherv
he took advantage of the confidence re
posed in him, seduced the daughter and
it is said to have ruined her. Morgan,
when he heard of It, promptly killed
him and for that received the sentence.
His daughter visits him from time to
time in his lonely den and does all that
she can to make life easy for him. But
his chief solace lies in his swarm of
rats, and on these he Is lavishing the
affection of his naturally kindly heart.
Columbus Citizen.
A Coiiiinijii Umiger.
If you have ever had a cold which you per
muted to "wear away" It may interest you lo
know It was a dangerous proceeding. Every
COM and cough which Is neglected pays the
way for consumption, bronchitis asthma or
catarrh. Otto's Cure, the famous German
throat and lung remedy, will cure any cough
orcold and (ave you from consump-lon. Sold
by all druggists Prices 25c and Mcper oottle.
Thanks,
To all our friends who so kindly
sympathized with and assisted us at
the death and burial of our mother and
grandmother, Mrs. Gabriel Payne,
whoso sickness and death has been
mentioned so kindly heretofore In this
paper, words are wholly lnad'eijuate to
express our soulfelt gratitude. Especi
ally our old and well tried friends at
Cutler, by whose actual self-sacriflc?
we were completely overwhelmed.
THE ENTIRE FAMILY.
Headaches, dizzy spells, bad blood,
rheumatism, indigestion, constipation,
absolutely cured If you take Rocky
Mountain Tea made by JIadibon Medi
cine Co. 35c.
Ask your druggist.
Fox-Hasty,
(Mr. Alphaus Fox and Miss Nellie
Hasty, two of tho 'well known and
highly esteemed young people of Mar
ietta, wcro united in m'drriage by Rev.
W. D. Chsrington at the First M. H.
parsonage, Sabbath evening, Feb. 10th.
Their many friends 'wleh for them
great happiness and prosperity.
G. A, Roberts, of Llntner, 111., suf
fered four years with si wad in his
stomVich and could not eat, Ho lost Co
pounds. Two bottles of Dr. Caldwoll'a
Syrup Pepsin restored his appetite,
cured his stomach trouble anl today
he Is well and hearty and says he owo3
his health to Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin. CPRTIS ft HUTCHMAN.
CHARLES R. BUCHANAN.
LINCOLN MEMORIAL CONTEST
An Interesting Programme Will be Rendered
at the Auditorium Tonight.
Tho literary contest which is to bt
alvn this cvenlmg under the auspices
of tho Sons f, Interest woml-ies to be
'full of Interest and will repay tho3e at
tending The'jH'Iezs to reward tho suc
cessful competitors aro two metals
fashioned from cannons daptured from
tho Spaniards In the last war. Tho
programmo for tho evening is append
ed below. The entertainment begins at
S p. m.:
PROGRAM.
Preude Ada Swingle, pianist.
Music America.
Introduction Supt. Williams.
Song Blest be the Tie that Binds.
Invocation Rev. Dr. Brlnkman.
Tho Memorial University
Capt F. W. Combs
Music Quartette, Jas-. P. Davis, Geo.
Hammold, J. C. Beach, H.A. Babb.
GRAMMAR SCHOOLS.
Recitation "The Octoroon"
FrancU Swisher, 7th grade, Fort
school.
Recitation "The Soldier's Reprieve"
Fern' Childs, 7th grade. Washing
ton -school.
Recitation "Tho Patriot's Remem
brance" Bernlcc Whiston, 7th grade, Put
nam school.
Recitation "Barbara Fritchle"
Hattle Anders, 0th grade. Fort
school .
Recitation "Paul Revere's Ride" ..
Eajl Pugh, Gth grade, Marlon
school.
Recitation "Lincoln's FavoritePoem '
Hattle Chamberi', Cth gi'ade, 'Marlon
school.
Essay "Abraham Lincoln"
Esther Cohen, Jth rade, Wlllard
stfiool.
Oration "Abraham Lincoln"
James Dingus, 8th grade, Wlllard
school.
Recitation "Pickett's Charze at Get
tysburg" May Milllken, 8th grade, Washing
ton school.
Ei52ay "Abraham Lincoln"
' Trvin, Blohm. Cth grade, Putnam
school .
Recitation "Liberty Bell"
Walter Wlnsor, 8th grade, Fort
school .
Recitation "Mark Anthony's Ora
tion Over the Dead Body of
Caesar"
Morris Cohen, 8th grade, Wlllard
school .
Essay "Abraham Lincoln"
Susie Thomas, 8th Erade,. Putnam
school.
HIGH SCHOOL.
Essay "Captain Abe His '-Flrst
Title" -;
Lillian Gantz, Sophomore Class."
Essay, "Honest Abe," Exley Blckley,
Freshman Class.
Essay "It Might Have Been"
Evangeline Childs, Sophomore Class.
Recitation, "The Last Hymn," by Ger
trude Wazner, 'Freshman Class.
Music.
Decision of Judges ana announcement
of successful contestants.
Presentation of Medals by Capt.
Combs.
Closing remarks by Sunt. Williams,
chairman.
Benediction Dr. J. R. Nichols.
Postlude.
No one would ever be bothered with
constipation if everyone knew how
naturally and quickly Burdock Blood
Bitters regulates the stomach and bow
els. The Zenda Dancing Club
Extendi a cordial invitation to the
following clubs to be present at their
first opening 'ball to be given at Power
Hall, SeconO street. February 14th"
Wheelman's Athletic Club. Twentieth
Century CluQ), Metropolitan Club, Four
Leaf Clover Club, Ivy Danelne Club,
Mr. Tracey's Dancing School, Miss
Richard's and Mlss Dye's Dancing
Schools.
Mu3lc will be furnished by Mason's,
superb orchestra.
Mrs. Eliza A. Lazear.
Mrs. Eliza A. Lazear succumbed to
the Infirmities of old age at her home
on upper Fifth street Sunday morning.
The deceased was the wife of J. C.
Lazear cvnd the mother of Mrs. J. S.
Plerpolnt. Her ago was 70 years, five
months and one day.
Chicken Pie Social.
There will be a Chicken Pie Supper
at the Episcopal Church parlors at half
pabt five Thursday evening, Everybody
Invited.
Feb. 12--3ts.
Ladles of the Maccabees,
The ladles of the'Maccabees will have
open Installation of officers this oven
ing. A largo crowd Is expected.
A beacon light to the sick and afflicted.-
A life encourager. Take counsel
with yourself today and use Rocky
'Mountain Tea tomorrow. Peace and
comfort follow it use.
Ask your druggist.
A ME'."
BBS'S
$gdfe
An Excellent Combination.
Tho pleasant method and beneficial
effects of the well known romedy,
Smut' op Fios, manufactured by tho
CaUfoknia. Fio Srnup Co., Illustrate
thovaluoof obtaining tho liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to bo
medicinally laxatlvo and presenting'
them in tho form most refreslilnir to the
tasto and acceptable to tho system. It
Is tho one perfect strengthening laxa
tive, cleansing tho system effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly and enabling ono
to ovorcomo habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
stance, nnd its acting on the kidneys,
liver nnd bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it tho ideal
laxative.
In tho process of manufacturing figs
uru usl'u, uh tuuy iiro pleasant to ino
taste, but the medicinal qualities of tho
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the California Fio Svnur
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of the Company
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
BAN FRANCISCO, CAI
X,OUIBVm.E, KT. NSW 7f OIUT, N. T.
For salo by all Druggists. Price 50c. per bottlo.
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TXCATJ
Miss Lilla Vane, who essays "Glory
Quayle" in Licbler & Co's production
of Hall Caine's great play "The
Christian," which will be seen at the
Auditorium Friday, February 15th, Is
one 'of the leading emotional actresses
on: the American stage and was select
ed, bv the Llebler Co. from their ex
tensive corps of players as the one best
fitted to succeed M13S Viola Allen a3
"Glory."
Management of L. M. LUCHS.
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"TME CHRISTIAN" at the Auditor
ium, Friday, February 15th.
In the cast of "The Christian' which
comes to tho Auditorium Friday, Feb
ruary 15th, the Llebler management
have selected a number of their leading
players Including several of the prin
cipal members of Miss Allen's original
"Christian" company. Miss Lilla
Vane is the "Glory Quayle" of the or
ganization, and the supporting cast Is
said to be fully up to Miss Vane's
standard. J. Henry Kolker, a fine ro
mantic actor of established metropoli
tan refutation, will be seen as "John
Storm," in which he has scored a suc
cess caual to IMlca Vane's triumi lis as
"Glory Quayle." The other principal
players Include such well known names
as Harold Ru3ell, whose interpreta
tion of "Lord Robert Ure" is conceded
to ibo'qulte the 'best this gentlemanly
villain has liad. "Horatio Drake" Is in
the capable hands of Arthur Maltland.
"Polly Love" is essaye'J by Rachel Car
others, who has received the strongest
endorsements from eminent critic3 for
her emotional powers. Seats will be
on sole at Gates'3 Book Store tomor
row morning, February 13th.
L. M. LUCHS, Mgr.
The company that Is supporting
Barney Gilmore, in the seniiatlonal
comedy-drama, "Kidnapped in New
York," with few exceptions, 'will be
tho same as last season. The scenery
and costumes are all now nnd every at
tention 13 given to detail that will in
sure a first-class production. The seat
sale for this engagement onens at
Beagle & Lytle's drug store Saturday
morning.
M. G. SEIPEL, Manager.
KIDNAPPED IN NEW YORK.
Tho versatile and accomplished ac
'tor, Barney Gilmore, will be seen here
at tho Auditorium next TueaJay night,
In tho character of Mr. Dooley. the
Irish detective, In his sensational comedy-drama,
"Kidnapped In Now York."
Mr. Gilmoro will be supported by Miss
Mlna Shirley, Mr. Georso Leslie, Mr.
C. W. Goodrich, Miss Lillian Shirley
and others of equal Importance.
Scats will ibe on salo at Beaslo &
Lytle's drug store Satunliay morning.
M. a. SEIPEL. Manager.
Marriage. Licenses.
Alphona Fox, mechanic, and Nollet
tie A. Hasty, "both of Marietta. Rev
W. 'D. Cherington to officiate.
Thomas E, Delhi, laljoror. and Min
nie Jofcphlno Waller, tooth of Elba, O.
G, W. "Magee, 3. P., to solemnize th
marriage.
Go
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MASON & HAMLIN,
BUSH & GERTS,
POPULAR PEASE,
STORY AND CLARK,
BOOTHS BROS.
WILSON & YOUNG,
St. Clair Building, Marietta, O.
AUDITORIUM THEATRE,
FRIDAY, FHB. J5TH,
L. M. LUCIIS, M'Q'R.
THE BIG EVENT
LIEBLER Al CO.'S
-OF
HALL CAINE'S GREAT PLAY
Presented in Marietta with the
attention to detail as marked
te?run of the play for 17,5
nights in New York.
Prices 81.50, 81.75c and 50c.
Seat snlo will begin Veo:, .Fob. 13th.
Phones, Bell 223, Marietta 189.
M.
G. SEIPEL, Manager,
3
TUESDAY, FEB. J9TH,
BARNEY GILMORE,
The young chnractor nctor nnd comed
ian in tho Comedy Drama Success,
New
SONGS,
DANCES,
SCENERY,
IN
THE CUTE
CHILD
ACTkESS
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Note. The play is based on tho ab
duction of
BABY MARION CLARK
Jir. unmore will sing the latest song
Hits, "Taking tho f icturo of Baby,
"A Little Bunch of Rosebuds."
Seats on sale at Ileaglo and Lytle's
JJrug aioro, baturany Morning.
GAS HEATERS.
Wo hnvo what you want, n big stock
to select from, nt prices from $1.25 up.
Gas and combination fixtues every
thing tor convenience or adornment.
All kinds of plumbing neatly and
promptly dono.
METCALF BROS.,
312 Second Street. Both phones No. 190,
$ $ Your Friend $ $
LOUIS PRICE
The Economical Jeweler.
Study tho Economical Problem, and
save monoy by having your Watch,
Clock and Jowolry repairing dono here.
Dime Savings Bank Bldg, 114 Front Street.
Kjc t.tetlnu and ltttlnu n Siwclalty.
For Bale.
1 Norwood Lot 60x150 for325. Good
location. 7-roomed modom house al
most new for J1700 2 vacant lots on
easy payments J17B each. 10 shares of
tho capital stock of tho Sterling Brick
Co. Grocery stock at a bargain.
Lew rent Good trade nnd fresh stock.
Large lot on car line, above nigh wat
er, Paved street, $2,300, Several
other properties at good bargains.
W. S. BATON, Real Estato & Loan
Agent, Room 22, St. Stair Building.
Tie drift
5y People on the Stage Jy.
Pianos
Atijy
Organs,
Finest Grade
, and Quality.
Our line is the largest in the
city and cannot be matched
for quality of tone and dura
bility. Call and see us ana get our
Prices and Terms.
To The Public
Do not buy a second hand typewriter
without tho serial number.
Wo have tho very best in both new
and second hand Smith-Premier ma
chines. 'Do not !buy until! you have ex
amined our stock.
JENN J. FERGUSON, Mgr,
101 Front St.
Jan. 9-lm.
Old 'Phono 370.
MUSICAL - MOMENTS
Aro tho hof piest ones of life. Sweet
music from n well-toned instrument is
within tho means of any player if this
store is visited.
Schneider & Alden,
252 FRONT STREET.
Chas. L. Pettis & Co.
CASH
Produce - Buyers,
Dressed Poultry, Game, Furs,
Eggs and Butter,
204 DUANE STREET,
NEW YORK.
Write for Onr Present Paying Prices
Oct 17, 1900-lyear.
Win. W. MILLS,
1'renlilcnt,
J.S. UOE1IUL,
CllHliler,
TIIOS. w, Moonu,
Vlcu President,
G. O. J1EST;
Amilatunt Caaliler,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY,
First National
MARIETTA. OHIO.
CAPITAL $150,000. SURPLUS, $150,000.
AYERAGE DEPOSITS $1,200,000.
DIRECTOR3:
John Mills, S. B. KiPby, Charles Pen
rose, Thoa. W. Moore, Wm. W. Mills.
Notice to The Ladies,
That Ellas Unger, tho well ltnow.i
ladles' tailor, haa Just returned from
Now York and other eastern cities with
the latest and newest styles In ladies
tailoring, also with a largo assortment
of tho ndwest samples and trimmings
Ho has alco brousht with him a man,
a ladles tailor of great experience.
Everybody Is cordially invited to giva
us a visit and seo tho nowst styles for
tho coming spring.
Youra Respectfully,
VIENNA LADIES TAILOR.
292 Front street.
Midwinter Excursions to Washing
ton and Baltimore. J10.00 for tho
Round Trip, February 7th, valid for re
turn ten daye. Including date of eale.
On through tickets to Baltimore, stop
off -will bo allowed at Washington In
both directions.
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