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rFr; V . - . !!.., hmfcli,.. Mil. mpHn'W'. iwri,wiiJw '' V"W'l"iby 'fclliH1l.1W ) it The Marietta Leader. DAIX.Y AMD WEEKLY,) KVCDO LEADER PUBLISHING CO. H. T. BPEBLMAN, EDITOH. SWojhone No. 3 TUESDAY, MAY 2S. 1901. Subscription Rates for Dally. Delivered by ifnrrlcr, ten cents per week or 80.00 per car If paiil In ittlvnncn. Ily mall InMdo Washington county, 84.00 per rear. 11 v mnll otitnlitu Washington county, 4,50 per jenr, TO SUllSCltlllKIlS. We will consider It H Rieat fiworlf sub f erlbers will report nny failure to get their fjeiuler, ornny cnrelessnes on the part of the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay the car riers unless the carrier punches his credit tan In subscriber's presence. The Dally Lender Is on sale nt the fol lowing places ! Marietta East hide. Dates' Hook Store 180 JTrontSt Scott i Ward M31 Putnam St. Merchants' Delivery Co .Tlbrr Way. Union Depot New s Stand, Marietta West Side. C. It. Uuchanan's, Cor. Maple and Oilman FOR SENATOR; I, R. ROSE. Washington county will present the name of I. R. Rose to they Republican Senatorial convention of the Nlnth Fouteenth district, which will con vene at Athens next Tuesday, June 4th, and his nomination will he urged by our delegation, 6ixty-five votes strong. The services of Mr. Rose, both for his country and his party, arguo strongly In his favor, and the Leader, .after having made a thorough canvass, firmly believes that It expresses th? desire of all good Republicans by say ing that he should be nominated. I. R. Rose Is well and favorably known to the people of Washington county. The larger part of his life' has been spent in their midst, and no one can be found who will say that he is other than a gentleman in every sense of the word, a good citizen, true patriot, an unswerving Republican, an honest man. For three years and eight months Mr. Rose followed the old flag, fighting the battles of his country, and willing to sacrifice his life, if need be, for th-j maintenance of our Union and the preservation of the free institutions or our land. Seven months of this time was spent within the confines of An dersonvllle. Twice he escaped, was re captured, but the third 'time he suc ceeded In reaching the Union Hne3. He first enlisted and served fou months in Company K of the Eigh teenth Ohio.and upon re-enlistment he was assigned to Company F, Sixty third Ohio, in which regiment he ex perienced service of a most trying character. Upon his return from the war Mr. Rose entered the pursuits of peace.and his value as a citizen has been in thor ough keeping with his services as a soldier. In 1S84 he was elected Sher ' iff of Washington county by a major ity of 142, succeeding to this office af ter it had been occupied by Democrats for eight yeais. In 188G he was re elected by an Increased majority, and in all of his official acts he discharged, to the full satisfaction of all the peo ple, every duty given into his care. The Leader urges the nomination of Mr. Rose, believing tlfat .such action would mean the promotion of the in terests not only of Washington coun ty, but also of the entire Senatorial district. Three years and eight months as a soldier In the service of his country, .seven months of which time was spent in Andersonvllle prison, ought to be at least some argument In favor of Mr. I. R. Rose, Washington county's candi date for State Senator, but the Regis ter doesn't seem to think so. The comrades of Mr. Rose, the men win fought with him for the preservation of the Union, along with every loyal Republican, stand for his nomination as will be shown by the action of tho Washington county delegation when .t goes to Athens. Washington county Republicans Tiave no candidate for State Henutor.- Register. Well, well, It seems that tho poor old nnte-dlluvlan creature is still asleep. Possibly sho will awaken to a realization of the fact when the bal loting begins at Athens on next Tues day. -y Tho signs of the times aro that the professional politician is on the tobog gan. Register. Yea, the Register and Its gane, for example. TWO OF A KIND, The Marietta, Register In seeking to prevent the nomination of a Wash ington county man (or state senate, broadly insinuates that 'because the Register does not own tho said candi date, It will go to the extent of defeat ing him at the polls If heh nominated. ThO cases of the Register In Marlet to and tho Courier In this city aro v- y similar. For many years they were tho solo representative of tho party In their respective cities. They became accustomed to autocratic dictations and rendering nothing in return. They spent most of their time in making war upon such Republicans as refused to pay dally homage to their news paper thrones. In tho case of the Courier it completely demoralized tho party and the party organization by demanding that the party shoulder Its fight with organized labor. This attitude made It absolutely nec essary for a reorganization and a new deal all around, or else abandon all hope of over regaining the ground that had been lost. Neither the Register nor the Courier, it seems, will ever for give those who for the sake of the par ty encouraged the entrance of loyal and aggressive Republican papers into the field where they were so badly needed. They still consider it their duty to bolt the nomination of those candidates whom they are unable to control absolutely or whom they sus pect of friendship to the other side. There is a way to compel a pretend ed party newspaper to be loyal to that party or else throw off its mask and we are badly mistaken if the remedy is not applied in the State of Ohio be fore many years pass. Zanesvllle Times Recorder. DEMOCRATIC OPINIONS. Monday's Enquirer published inter views with leading Democrats in var ious sections of the State on the ques tions of the time and place for the Democratic State convention, and the platform. Following are the opinions expressed by Maricttans: D. B. Torpy, ex-Sheriff and Clerk of Courts The convention should be held at Columbus, and Jeffersonian Democracy pure and simple should constitute the platform. The money question should be of secondary con sideration. I am for Kilbourne for Governor, and do not think It advis able for the convention to Indorse any one for United States Senator. B. J. McKinney, Editor Times Co lumbus is the logical place for all con ventions, being easiest of access from all parts of the 6tate. The platform should be Democratic In every1, sense and positive in every plank.' There should be no backing down on tha money question. Gold and silver, with the proper ratio, should constitute the basis for our medium of exchange. The date for holding the convention Is immaterial. A. L. Gracey, President Marietta Electric Railway Columbus Is the proper place to hold the convention, and the middle of July would be a suitable time. The platform should not deviate from straight Democratic principles, and none of Tom Johnson's "Isms" should be permitted to creep into it. Municipal ownership is not practical. Senatorial Indorsement is not advisable. Charles A. Ludey, Attorney I am in favor of holding the convention at Co lumbus, and believe the Democratic platform of 1000 ought to be reaffirmed with the exception of the free silver plank, and this ought to be cut out en tirely. Dr. 0. A. Lambert The convention should go to Columbus, and the mid die of July would be a, good time. The money question should not by any means be made tne naramount Issue. Otherwise a reaffirmation of the 1900 platform would meet mv views. I am in favor of municipal ownership, but am opposed to the Democratic State Convention Indorsing any candidate for the United States Senatorship. H. U. Coen Attorney Columbus should have the convention, and the middle of July would bo an appropri ate date. I think the platform ought to have a plank favoring bimetallism. It seems tome that it would be proper for the convention to Indorse a candi date for Senator. Charles R. Richardson Columbus nnd the middlo of July suits me. Let tho platform ho Jeffersonlan-Jackson-lan clear through. McLEAN AND KILBOURNE. Any doubt that may have existed concerning the reported alliance be tween John R. McLean and Colonel Kllbourno has ben dispelled by an En quirer interview with Lewie Bernard, Mr. McLean's authorized spokesman. In this Inteniew Mr. Bernard talks as follows: "I know of absolutely no foundation In fact for the story that Judge Jack son Is to bo the Hamilton county can didate for the nomination. It would be quite likely mat ho might be chosen If Hamilton county were going to have a candidate of Its own. but thr votc of Hamilton county wll 1 bo cast on tho first ballot and all other ballot3 for Colonel Kilbourne, of Columbus. He Is apparantly tho unanimous choice of Hamilton County. I do not think under tHu circumstances that Judge Jackson's name will bo mentioned .at tho convention. He would have my support If circumstances favored a Hamilton County man, but wo are practically pledged to Colonel Kil bourne." In this paper appears the announce ment of R. E. Hull, the hustling Re publican of Fairfield township, who enters the race for Infirmary Director. PRESIDENT MCKINLEY'S ATTinfllE, There is god reason to believe, that tho well-informed Washington corres pondent of tho Philadelphia "Press" speaks with knowledge and authority when ho assert that President McKin ley Is opposbd alike to Tariff rovlsion and to tho Kasson plan ofj,roduclng Tariff rates by special trade ', treaties. The President, It is said, deprecates tho opening up of tne Tariff'' Question as disturbing and inlurlous VoTbiisliiess in-crcsts, nnd tho Babcock fplly qf slaughtering the minor concerns by re moving nil Protective duties' from for eign products competing wfth.the pro ducts of tho Steel Trust will receive no encouragement from tho administra tion, v, - With equal posltlveness it is:afflrra ed that President McKlnley has not only exerted no pressure f or" thq" ratifi cation of the French reciprocity trea ty, but, on tho contrary, has''been in full sympathy with the Protectionist opposition to that Ill-advised and mis chievous instrument. According to the "Press" correspondent the Presi dent did not examine the French trea ty before submitting it to the Senate for approval, and hence was not aware that Commissioner Kasson had "agreed upon a draft distinctly designed to benefit certain Industries by .with drawing needed Protection from, other industries. With equal reason it may bef taken for granted i.iat the President had not Investigated the scope and operation of tho proposed Argentina treaty, which provided for a reduction of 20 per cent irom the duties on wool pro vided for In the Dingley tariff law. Undoubtedly tho President is In fa vor of reciprocal trade arrangements that shall enlarge the foreign demand for American products, but It is real and not bogus reciprocity that he fa vors the reciprocity authorized by the Republican national platform of '1900, in "what we do not ourselves produce." Those who imagine that President Mc Klnley is today anything less than the sound and consistent Protectionist! that he always was are nursing a vain' de lusion. The President is a frien'd ' of American labor and industry. Make no mistaue about that! SENATORS RESIGN. South Carolina's two Senators.'Till man and McLaurin, have resigned their scats and will now go beforethe people to fight it out These men en tertain views that are radlcallyjnillf- fsriTit nnit In vlaw ni thlw fnnt ihpv trrrrrA hnt hnth mnlil nnt nrnntfrlv represent their state in the weitetit law-making body of the land, hcric the agreement to submit 'the quejtJorfj in thp npnnlp. tnr KPtflempnr. A riri mary election will be held, tho under standing being that tho candidate' 're ceiving the smallest number of votes Is to jetlre. Some of the causes leading up to the resignation of the two Senators are given below: Tillman's Democracy is based on Bryanism as laid down in the Kansas City platform. McLaurin repudiates Bryanism and represents the progressive commercial Democracy of the South. Tillman still advocates the free coin age of silver. McLaurin is a Uold Democrat. Tillman opposed the ratification of the Paris peace treaty. . . McLaurin cast the deciding vote rat fying the McLaurin treaty. Tillman isopposed to expansions McLamin favors .t as being In the interest o. the Southern cotton plant ers. Tillman opposed the Puerto Riqan civil government and tariff bill. McLaurin voted with the Republi cans in favor of it. Tillman opposed the increase of the regular army. McLaurin voted with the Republi cans In favor of the increase. Tillman opposed the ship subsidy bill. McLaurin favored n. Tlllrnan opposed the ratification of the Hay-Pauncefote treaty. f Mciaurin favored It. ' MANY PEOPLE ARE BUYING REAL ESTATE And the folks who went to Texas aro coming back. Mailetta Is tho best place after all. This week we have some new bargains In fine homes throughout the city. A list of more than 200 medium priced lioiibcs to se lect from. We sell on easy terms and are always glad to bIiow the prospect ive buyer what we havo. Don't close up a bargain with any one until you see us. We have the exclusive sale of more houses In Marietta than all tlio other agencies combined, and are list ing more every day. Come and see lis and talk the matter over. THE City Electric Building, Front and Butler Streta. Two good saloons for sale In tlw city. Both money makers. Several other fine business opportunities. Rer member we sell everything from lots. In Sunnyslde and Miller Place to jots In Oak Grove, rH LATEST STYLES In Youth's Suits. $6.00, $7.00, $8,oof $ J o.oo. underI WEAR Bent niiilcoq.' in nil sixes. 25c, 50c tip. A Linen and Celluloid collars. All shapes 15c, 2 for 25c. CHILDREN'S SUITS. Nobby styles. $l.oo to $5.oo. Just received, and they are beauties. Will you look at them ? toOttoBroB Next Theis Shoe Co , Putnam Street.' MISS JOSEPHINE J. NIXON Optician, Who for the past 11 years has been In charge of the Optical Department in D. B. Anderson's Jewelry store, will nb'v be found at Hutchinson's Bargain Store. Sho will continue to give the same careful attention to Testing and Fitting eyes, and adjusting frames. Also repairing spectacles, jewelry and clocks. Engraving done on short no tice. ," (O. I ' ' ' 171 FRONT ST. FIRST FLOOR. April C-tf Tues. Thurs & Sat. Wheel Stolen. Chas. Sturgiss"is wondering whatbe came of a Cleveland wheel whiqh he left in front of Beagle & Lytle's drug store at about half past ten Monday morning. When he returned from a business excursion to the offices In the Mills building the bike was gone. Search failed to reveal it and finally the officers were notified to keep a strict watch for the supposed thief and bis machine. A Way to Handle the Grain. ' The Phoenix Mill Company is hav ing a grain chute built which will run from the railroad bridge to the inter ior of the mill. On each side of the different roads' tracks large hoppers are being built and into these whole cars of grain may be unloaded. Tho grain is forced through the conveyor by means of an Iron core of augur snaps which is kept turning when the grain is being run. t , Finger Lacerated. James Pettey, a lad about 10 years old, had the misfortune to mash his finger Sunday evening. Tho member, tho Index on the left hand, was lacer ated so badly that at first it waj thought necessary to amputate it, but it can probably be saved. The injury was received while the boy was play- 4lng with a heavy piece of iron. Educate Your Bowels. Your bowels can be trained as well as your muscles or your brain. Cas carets Candy Cathartic train your bowels to do right. Genuine tablets stamped C. C. C. Never soldjn bulk. All druggists, ioc. Coasting Trade Vessels- By Associated Press. Washington, D. C, May 27 The Supremo Court today decided what 13 known as the Huns case, involving tho question whether vessels plying be tween Porto Rico and New York are engaged in tho coasting trade. The court's decision held that thoy aro so engaged. Declared Unconstitutional. By Associated Press. New York, May 27. Justice Gilder sleove, in tho Supreme Court today, decided that tho antl-scalplng, law passed by the legislature this year Is unconstitutional. v.- i If you want somo "Just as good" "I make it myself" Remedy, try An Imita tion Rocky 'Mountain Tea. 'Twill make you sick and keep yoii 'slclt. ' Ask your druggist. ' System Willi a Principle! Wo have storokeeping principle Yo would like you to get bettor acquainted with. It's a business ''character" we've built during,all the long years wo have been before tho people asking their patronnge. Vh solicit their im plicit confidence, and in return promise to always give the very best goods obtainable at tho very lowest cash prices and satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. Every advuntngo wd gain by buying direct from manu facturers for spot cash goes straight to tho -people who patruiiizo us. Wo give them tho benefit of all cash dis counts. For ourselves we aro content with a very small per cent of profit. We have never wanted or taken more, consequently we have more than tho more satisfaction of succeeding we havo the consciousness of having dealt fairly with those who havo given us success the people. Wo give Discount Tickets. J. & S. B, VANMETRE & CQm 1 . u iiMMWMMMWMWMMMWMWaMWIWMMMWMMMBMaWMWMMWMiMMiMMM.MM. The Morse Electric Belt, Nnture's Vitalizer, builds up and strengthensrelieves and cures Rheumatism, Paralysis. Liver, Kidney, Lamo Back, Constipation, Stomach and nil Nervous Diseases. Three sizes, $3.00, 5.00, $7.00. As good as the best none better. ; -A.. J KIOHAEDS, PHARMACIST Opposite Bellevue Hotel, Front street. HOW TO KEEP COOL. Buy a gas range? Yes if you get a "Jewell" such as we sell makes less heat, less grease, less work than any range on the market. Next get one of our tile lined refrigerators large stock to select from at the general hardware store of J. SEYLER & BRO. 158 and 160 Front Street. iV.-tJt-M!'-!!- '.IbJM-W-tto.-iSt-Ut-l JK- "iR- ! 'St "SK" ISf IR-'O- 1 gg; Wo will havo private Dental Parlors in Bellevue Hotel during construction of new bank building, where we will be equipped with all the latest and most modem devices for tho comfort of our patients. tAs heretofore wo will spare no pains or expense to please our patients and give them high class dentistry at reasonable prices. , ,Attor the new bank building is completed we will again be ?Fin our present location with one of the best equipped and finest Dental Offices, in ,Ohio, We kindly nsk our friends, , to iSfenssist in announcing this change. Remember all our work 2; guaranteed. w Reception Room, Hotel Parlor, w Hours 8 a. in. to 8:00 p. m., except Sunday. IS OHIO IDIEILSrT.A.T.j CO., if Both Phones. J. P. m$&m M. l -THE- 1 1 CASTER REALTY CO. REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. CORNER SECOND AND PUTNAM STS., MARIETTA, O. Anything and everything in Real Estate. Houses in any location for sale. We have one of the choicest lots in Norwood for sale for ?350.00, a big bargain. Several of the finest lots on Fair view Heights on the brow of Harmar Hill, command. ng a fine view of tho 0-:io and Muskingum Valleys. A few Jots in Grandvlew at $150.00. each. Worth twice the price. We also havo lots In any addition to Marietta, and will guarantee to save you money if you buy through us. Gall or ring us up Both Telephones, Theodore Stoecker, UPHOLSTERER 303 Gilman Street, (W. S. Allender's Furniture Store.) Telephone 314. Repairing and Re-Upholstering of FURNITURE, hair mattresses made over. Parlor Suits nnd Spring Beds and Ilair Top Mattresses for Wood and Iron Bedsteads. Also n specialty of Turkish work, first class work only. Special attention given to work for churches, lodges, and hotels, hospitals, infirmaries, etc. A trial solicited. Repairing and Re-finishing of Valuoblo old Mahogany. K. C. P.--Ila.''? Celery Powdciii two headache INSTANTLY. Guaranteed. Your money back if thoy don't. Unlike other headache poWders, they are per fectly harmless; depending on tho curative properties of CELERY, which acts' direct on tho nerves. Man. ufactured by Klrby Drug Company. For sale by all druggists. May 21 tf- ', $ Pa'-Zl laundrydoes washing and ir onlngi ,v ; ... FINE SUITS For Men. $8.00, $10.00, $12.00, $14.00. SHIRTS. All shapes, colors, ana sizes. 50c, 75c, $1.00. HATS. Soft, Stiff and 'Straw 5oc to $3 00. SUITS. Mode-to order. 15.00 to $30.00. I & SI&.JK;.?!! &j5!6 1 -JR- VJS- jfc VW IV BECKER, D. D. S., Mgr. i eHSESiieHaBaHQKeiiciiaEoneBB 9 2 THE 2 Best Mil Powfler That money will buy is our own make. We know exactly what it is made of. Wo are positive about its purity. If it were pos sible to mako a puror or better Baking Powder than ours, we would mako it, regardless of what we would havo to charge for it. But we can't make bettor than tho best. Wo sell our Bak ing Powder nt 30 cents n pound. Wo gunrantee its purity. Wo wont to say just as emphatically " as wo can that if ou pay more, m you are simply throwing monoy g nway. It would be n good idea to try it. If it isn't perfectly satisfactory, come back and get g your money. jj The Sorper Drug Store, I H. Fred Curtis, Prop., Cor. Front aui nutnam Streets. O snataocHaBOBBonsiaB SOMETHING ABOUT MYSELF My name Is here. I think 'Marietta." "Marietta" I was born Is tho best place, I mean tho best Bicycle in tho world. i am bat five years old, yet strong, In uct, stronger than any of my com potltors. I have always been healthy, Novor had any doctor, I mean I never ha any repair bills to nay. Everybody is invited to call and see me at tho Factory. " 6- -' 225 Ohio St., Marietta O. THE CRYSTAL ' Ice and Preserving Company, Manufacturers of tliBtilled water ice, hygienically pure. Factory and ofllce Oor. Third and Butler Sts. (Open at all times.) Both phones, Nos. 72. L. C. BRAUH, Pres. GEO. B. EYSSEN, Sec. WM, DARRIHGTON, Manager. V ):': H' I i&'jjfi& ftftoHtiV " 1 uMt&M j&sii dumMW4 V.MUM.r .W a.