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The Marietta Daily Leader.
THURSDAY, JUNE G, 1901.
REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION.
Tho Republicans of Ohio arc re
quested to meet In Delegate Conven
tion In tho city of Columbus on Mon
day and Tuesday, Juno 24 and 25, 1901,
for- tho purposo of nominating candi
dates for tho oiuces of
Governor.
Lieutenant Governor.
Treasurer of State.
Attorney-General.
Member Board of Public Works.
Judge of tho Supremo Court.
Clerk of tho Supremo Court.
Tho basis of representation will be
ono (1) delegate for every COO votes
cast for Hon. William McKinley, Re
publican candidate for President at
the November election, 1900. and ono
for each majority fraction of 500.
Upon this basis the representation
of tho several counties in tho conven
tion will be as follows:
Counties. ' Delegates.
Adams 7
Allen 11
Ashland 0
Ashtabula 19
Athens 12
Auglaize C
JBelmont 10
Brown C
HlltlCr i tltlltlltl t tl HMH lfi
Carroll 5
Champaign 9
Clark 18
Clermont 8
Hnt9!tl llMl s
Columbiana,. . .. m m u 21
Coshocton ii i 1 1 7
Crawford.. 0
Cuyahoga 91
Darke 10
Dsfiance 6
r Delaware 8
Ene H
Fairfield 7
Fayette 7
Franklin 44
Fulton 7
Gallia 8
Geauga 0
Greene , 10
Guernsey 10
Hamilton Ill
Hancock 11
Hardin 9
Harrison 7
Henry 5
Highland 8
Hocking G
Holmes 3
Huron 10
Jackson 10
Jefferson IS
Knox 8
Lake 8
Lawrence 11
Licking 12
Logan 10
Lorain 17
Lucas 34
Madison .- G
Mahoning 18
Marion 8
Medina 7
Meigs 9
Mercer 4
Miami 12
Monroe 4
Montgomery 33
Morgan 5
Morrow 5
Muskingum i... 15
Noble 5
Ottawa -..: 4
Paulding 7
Perry 8
Pickaway G
Pike 5
Portage 9
Preble 7
Putnam G
Richland 11
Ross 11
Sandusky 8
Scioto 12
Seneca 10
Shelby 5
Stark 2G
Summit 20
Trumbull 15
Tuscarawas 13
Union 7
Van Wert 8
"Vinton 4
Warren 9
Washington 13
Wayne 8
Williams 7
Wood 14
Wyandot 5
Total 1.0S8
The delegates from the several con
gressional districts will convene on
Monday. June 24, 1901, for the purposo
of choosing Vice Presidents of the con
vention and members of the various
commmittees, including tho State
Central Committee.
The convention will be called to or
der on Monday, June 24 1901, at 1
o'clock p. m., for temporary organiza
tion, receiving reports of district
committees and for the transaction of
such other business as may be proper
ly brought beforo the convention.
The delegates to said convention
"shall be selected
First, by primary election, or
Second, by conventions composed of
delegates elected at primary elections
or caucuses regularly held In the sev
eral voting townships, wards or pre
or precincts of each county; or
Third, by mass conventions regular
ly held in such voting townships,
wards or precincts.
The call for said primary elections,
or for such conventions, to elect dele
gates, shall be made by tho various
Central, Controlling or Executive
Committees, and when such commit
tees authorize mass conventions for
tho selection of said delegates there
shall be given at least ten days notica
of the timo and place of holding such
conventions.
But In no case shall any delegate be
appointed by any County. Central,
Controlling or Executive Committee,
and .ill delegates to tho State Conven
tion must be chosen at least three
days prior to the date of holding said
convention. If in any county, howev
er, delegates havo been selected prior
to tho date of this call, and In tho
manner herein provided, they will bo
recognized and admitted to tho con
vention s such delegates.
P. W. DURR,
Chairman dhlo Republican State Cen
tral Committee.
MARK SLATER, 'Secretary.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTOIN.
Tho Republican electors of Wash
ington County, Ohio, nro hereby notifi
ed that primaries for the selection of a
Central Comrrilteetnnn and delegates
to tho Republican County Convention
will bo hold at tho usual voting place
In each voting precinct between the
hours of 3 o'clock and G o'clock, p m ,
in nil voting precincts outside of Mari
etta, and between tho hours of 5 and 7
o'clock p. m. within the city of Mari
etta, Saturday, Juno 15th, 1901, an-1
that the Republican County Conven
tion will bo held In the City Hall In
Marietta, O.,on Tuesday,Junol8th,1901.
at 11 o'clock a, m. for tho selection of
13 dolcgatcs and 13 alternates to the
Republican Stato Convention to be
hold In Columbus, Ohio, Juno 24th and
23th, and the nomination of a Republi
can candidate for each of tho following
o dices:
Representative, Clerk of Courts,
Treasurer, County Commissioner, In
firmary Director and County Surveyor
to bo elected In November next, and
that the basis of representation shall
bo one delegate for every 25 votes and
one delegate for each fraction of 13
votes or more cast for President Mc
Kinley In November. 1900.
Under this basis the representation
of tho different voting precincts will
be as follows:
Votes. ADelegates
Adams 205 S
Elba 109 ' TWvj 4
Macksburg 110 4
Barlow 280 Jl
Belpre Village 18o iwfllHST 7
Little Hocking ....119 ,. - 5
Rockland 93 4
Decatur.. .. 224 ," 0
Dunham 102 "" 4
Fairfield 92 4
Fearing G4 ' 3
Grandvlew 223 r 9
Independence 105
Cow Run 79 3
Upper Lawrence ...121 5
Liberty 209 8
Ludlow 87 " 3
Fultonburg 120 " 5
Harmar 99 4
Little Muskingum .170 7
First Ward 271 11
Second Ward 318 13
Third Ward, A ....174 " 7
Third Ward B ....141 f.
Third Warn C 170 7
Fourth Ward A ....191 S
Fourth Ward B.. ..1G2 G
Fourth Ward C. ..186 7
Fifth Ward 250 10
Sixth Ward 211 " S
Muskingum 143 G
Lower Newport .. .125 fi
UpDer Newport 179 7
Palmer 109 4
Salem 180 7
Warren 192 S
Watertown 119 r.
Waterford 341 1
Wesley 278 11
Total G542 2G1
By order of Washington County
Republican Central Committee.
E. L. BROWN. Chairman.
S. A. Seipel. Secretary.
OHIO EDITORS
And what they hare to Say of the Politica
Situation.
FAIRFIELD COUNTY REPUBLICAN.
As Governor Nash is a candidate for
renominatlon, the county conventions
must indorse him for renomination or
else go back on his administration,
which would be impolitic We do not
think any county will fall to indorse
Governor Nash for re-nomination. The
indorsements do not by any means In
dicate that he will get the full Repub
lican vote everywhere he is indorse I.
If Governor Nash Is renominated. Lieu
tenant Governor Caldwell can not be
turned down or froced into retirement.
He must be treated the same as Gover
nor Nash. To renominate Mr. Cald
well would be a factor in reducing the
ote of Governor Nash, as the Anti
Saloon Leagua will bitterly oppose his
election. The nomination of Nash
and Caldwell will mean a very hard
fight to elect them. The only wf.y out
of the dilemma is to nominate new
men for Governor and Lieutenant Gov
ernor. This can only be done by Gov
ernor Nash declaring against a renom
ination. BELMONT CHRONICLE.
John J. Lentz is now a candidte for
Senator. This is not especially new,
but the matter in which his candidacy
is announced is the impoitant thing
Tom Johnson speaks for Lentz, and
Lentz when approached manifests a be
coming surprise and shyness. He says
he has been very busy with his law
practice. That is the usual way it is
put. Then he goes on to say that he
appreciates what such a gieat and good
man (Tom Johnson) says and that he,
himself, may say something later on.
This is sufficient; Lentz will be a can
didate. LONDON TIMES.
Kllbotirne stock seems to be on the
rise since the Idea has gone out that
he Is tho McLean candidate. Tom
Johnson did It with his little interview
last week when "Weald that the "State
convention might Indorse John It. Mc
Lean for Senator and kill the ticket if
it wanted to." This Interview also de
stroyed Cleveland's prospect of land
ing the Democratic convention.
VAN WERT REPUBLICAN.
Tho leaders In the Democratic camp
are making a desperate effort to har
monize the brethren who havo travel
led In tho gold wagon tho last four
years, to retnrn to their first love, the
genuine Democratic party. McLean,
of Washington, D. C, seems to be chief
dictator In the scheme which means
tnat tho contents of his barrel will be
handed out liberally, providing tnero
la any show to accomplish anything.
WYANDOT REPVBLIdAff
The State platforms 6f the Detofr
nvrtHt nnrr rti 4Vir nnaf Iritril tit UVnSrHJ
1 j ,V p.
tury having been repudiated byJ
people, and rpttcd or becomo ob3qj(fto
tho leaders of the party nro jibvwp;
busy minting umoer wun wiucnjagio
lintl.1 n tiAni ntin fnt 1iA nnvt x.Jtnw?
UUUU U 11 VW uuu ui vww iifw.xu ? tytwil'
paign. what's tne matter wmi 'UGito
17 $
x.cjUAnui oajuv.
Ohio Prohibitionists nomln;
state ticuet at Akron, ror jing
plewho havo tho courage of 'ItliM
convictions mo rronius aro cnutiedltoj
first place. It will even lequlro'aip!
tlon to get their ticket printed oiuthe
ballot this fall.
OHIO STATE JOURNAL. ',
During the present visit of LewIsjjG.
Bernard to mis city, the matter ofls
lcctlng a McLean Legislative ticket
will bo taken up. It is known' jthat
McLean has his preference in this.mati
ter, and the chosen ones will soonlpJo
known, neither Is it nny secret that
Sunday and yesterday Colonel Bernard
had conferences with several of tho
candidates with a view to learning
whether they were all right on.'ho
Senatorial Issue. Whoever are named
will be assisted by the McLean ma
chine to secure their nomination 'and
election. There are likely to be some
very interesting developments along
tnls line very shortly. If the tttll Of
those who ate left out In the, coid Is!
to be taken for anything.
YOUNGSTOWN TELEGRAM.
it is little wonder that local Demo
crats are slow in saying which particu
lar boss will have their support. Two
years ago there v. as a split over reach
ing a decision between Kllbourno and
McLean. This year McLean and KI1
bourne are traveling in the same auto
mobile. It will be recalled that the
fight for the nomination at Zanesvllle
was most bitter, the Kilbourne men
claiming that their man was counted
out by the McLean floor managers. Be
fore this was done forty Kilbourne
delegates were unseated and their
places given to McLean. In view of
all this it is not strange that Mahon
ing Democrats aie backward about de
claring themselves. Truly politics
makes fringe bedfellows. ,
TOLEDO BL.OE.
Thtt FilLourne has elements cf
f. engtii there i& no doubt. Thu'. l.e
has iioK'ha vcakness is as ceitaln.
He has a most pleasing personality
and is a gentleman in the best sense of
the word. But in politics Colonel Kil
bourne is an amateur and he has made
a number of blunders which have 'ar
oused the enmity of some of the lead
ing Democrats of the. State. It Is a
fact that many politicians think Colo
nel Kilbourne is too new to be made
a candidate for Governor and that,
while he is a nice fellow and an ex
cellent business man, ho should let
politics alone.
MASSILLON INDEPENDENT.
If Colonel Kilbourne is nominated by
the Ohio Democratic Convention he
will run on a platform dictated by
John R. McLean. McLean has been
quoted as saying that the time is now
ripe for tho party to enunciate a plat
form that is Democratic in every lino
and syllable. Kilbourne hates Popu
lism and free silver and other strange
gods whfch his party has been wander
ing after for the past few years. Hero
in lie the only harmonious possibilities
in the general Democratic situation.
MARION STAR.
Colonel Ki bourne is so sure of his
nomination for Governor that he is
bald to bo interesting himself in the
candidates for the other places on the
ticket. It is thought that the delegates
will be accorded the privilege of doing
the ratifying.
AKRON BEACON.
All the dust which the Democrats of
Ohio are trying to throw into the eyes
of tho Republicans regarding the al
leged strife in their ranks is but a ruse
to divert attention from the bitter
struggle and internecine war over the
Governorship and Senatorshlp in their
own ranks.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED AT ONCE
(Men or Women), to sell our NAT
IONAL HOME & MUSIC JOURNAL.
The most popular musical monthly
published. Contains 24 pages of tho
highest class of inubic written; also
literature, engravings, etc. The music
in ono Issue would cost $2.00 ,and In
the 12 lsues( ono year's subscription),
at least ?23.00. Tho subscription prico
Is $1.00 per year, bo wo give ?25.00
worth of music for ?1.00, and.Bavo
subscribers tho trouble of hunting
over mubic stores to select their music.
Write today for terms and particu
lars. Sample copy free.
CHICAGO BOOK & NEWS CO..
2CC Wabash AVE., Chicago, 111.
A Child's Death.
Josiah Robs, the nine-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ross, died at tho
parents iiome at No. 109 Oilman Ave
nue Wednetday ihornlng The cause
of demise was pneumonia. The funer
al will occur at two p. m. today and In
terment will be made In Harmar Cem
etery. Eczema-No Cure No Pay.
Your druggist will refund your money
if Boio-Carbol Salvo falls to euro Ecze
ma, Tetter. Old sores, Plica or any Itch
ing skin disease, no matter of how long
standing. One application gives ease
and rest, Price 25 cents per box.
For salo by Klrby Drug Company,
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'An Ingenlmii Treatment by which Drunk.
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, orTlibinsi'Hen,
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ore. A rittiiHitutmiil 1'iiiHIi Curo
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It Is now generally known and tin
de-stood that Drunkenness Is a disease
and not wcakncbs. A body filled with
,polson, nnd nerves completely shatter
ed by periodical or constant uso of in
toxicating liquors, requires an antl
dote capable of neutralizing and eradl
eating this poison, and destroying tho
craving for intoxicants. Sufferers may
now cine themselves at homo without
publicity or loss of time from business
by this wonderful "HOME GOLD
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matter how hard a drinker. Our rec
ords show tho marvelous transforma
tion of thousands of Drunkards Into
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nostrum but Is a specific for this dis
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it can be given in a cup of tea or coffee
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less remedy, and as ninny trioro have
been cured and made temperate men
by having the "CURE" administered
by loving friends and relatives without
their knowledge in coffee or tea. and
believe today that they discontinued
drinking of their own free will. DO
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apparent and misleading "Improve
ment." Drive out tho disease at once
and for all time. Tho "HOME GOLD
CURE" Is sold at the extremely low
price of One Dollar, thus plnclng with
in reach of everybody atreatment more
effectual than others costing $25 to $50.
Full directions acompany each pack
age. Special advice by skilled physi
cians when requested without extra
charge. Sent prepaid to any part of
the world on receipt of Ono Dollar.
Address Dent. D212, EDWIN B. GILES
& COMPANY. 2330 and 2332 Market
Street, Philadelphia.
All concspondenrc stiictly confiden
tial. Marriage Licenses.
Zephanih Cline, farmer, of Glass, O.,
and Mary Robinson, of Glass. Rev. L.
L. Weddle.
Edward W. Lego, printer, of Mari
etta, and Minnie A. Crum, of Marietta.
Rev. L. Kirtley.
William Splndler, machinist, of Mar
ietta, and Lizzie Henry, of Marietta.
Rev. George R. Gear.
Zenith B. Hlldreth, farmer, of Reno,
and Olive Bell Miller, of Reno. Rev.
A. K. McCall.
John W. Calnes, pumper, of Newell's
Run, and Clara Ward, of Lower New
port. Rev. A. K. McCall.. z '
Victory at Lnst.
For ten long yea.-j I was a sufferer
with kidney dyspepsia and rheuma
tism disease. I treated with many Co
lumbus doctors; took patent medicine.
No results whatever until I discovered
and took ONE bottle of DENN'S
SURE, SAFE and SPEEDY CURE. In
three days I threw aown my crutches.
Ordinary cases cured In one day.
Only 25 and 75 cents at A. J. Rlch
vds and W. H. 8ty . Sample free.
Asks for Divorce.
Lillie Bise has filed her petition for
divorce fiom her husband, James Bise,
in Common Pleas court, and asks that
alimony be granted her. She alleges
that he is guilty of habitual drunken
ess, extreme cnielty to her and guilty
of adultery with one Adalade Miller.
She states that they have no children
and that he has some property and
earns $17 per week at his trade of iron
moulder.
Can't be perfect health without pure
blood. Burdock Blood Bitters makes
pure blood. Tones and Invigorates the
whole system.
Work Delayed.
Tne work on the Court House is be
ing delayed by the non-arrival of the
Iron roos which are used by the Ran
some Concrete Company to form a sup
port for the floor. The stono and
brick masons have been working
steadily and the walls have risen to the
height of the third story.
Cducats Tour Bowels With Cuscnrotl.
Candy Cathartic, curo constipation forever.
10c, KJc. It C. C. O, tall, druggists retund money.
VAItKSTo'llUrVAI. O
Over IViinKjlimiiiri Linen for I'mi.Aiueti
mi KxiHixltion,
Excursion tickets to Buffalo for tho
Pan-American Exposition' are now oil
salo ut ticket olllces of the Pennsylva
nia Lines. Fares from Marietta, O.,
aro as follows:
Tickets good returning ten days,
$11.20.
Tickets good returning fifteen days,
$13.00.
Season tickets with return limit un
til October 31st, $15.00.
Special coach excursion tickets good
leaving Buffalo up to midnight of
Thursday following date of salo will
bo sold Tuesdays at $7.15.
Tourist tickets at special fares may
also be obtained for trips via Buffalo
to resorts in Canada. Such tickets will
be good for stopping over at Buffalo to
seo tho Pan-American Exposition, by
payment of $1 extra at Buffalo.
For time tables and further Infor
mation apply to W. C. Adams, Ticket
Agent, Marietta, Ohio. '
THE SEASON
If you4 want to be In line you want to buy a fine buggy of
the Ohio Valley Wagon Co. We have one of the finest lots
of Buggies, Phaetons and' Surreys that has ever come to
Marietta. , '
We handle the famous Columbus Buggy Co.'s work
which was awarded the Gold Medal at the Paris Exposition
in 1900.- We have a line of other high and' medium grade
work and manufacture one of the best farm wagons that there
is on the market. Also grocery and delivery wagons of ali
kinds. -
You will not make any mistake in buying of The Ohio
Valley Wagon Co. We make the best buck wagon that is
on the market. Call at our' sales room opp. Union Depot and
see our fine stook.
The Ohio Valley Wagon Co.
ANANAS !
We receive a car of bananas
every week. We are going
to sell them at 5 and 10 cents
per dozen. The best lemons
at 15c ser dozenj 2 dozen for
25c. We get our goods by
the car lots. We sell cheaper
than any fruit stand in town.
All fruit stands in town buy
their fruits from us. Just call
and see our prices. Pine ap
ples 10c apiece. Oranges 20
cents per doz. We would be
pleased to have you call and
see us! We have three of
the biggest fruit stands in the'
city. No. 8 Tiber Way, But
ler street; Putnam street, be
low the Post office; Corner
Green and Ohio.
Telephone 309.
I C. (MESS & HARVEY
FOR SALE.
Two new 4-room houses, with city
rater, gas, hard finish mantles, etc., on
West Side, $1100 each. Terms, $200
cash, balance $15.00 per month.
A C-room house and lot 45x180 ft.
on Fourth street, near Montgomery
street, $2,000.
Four lots at the head of Fourth
street, $300 each.
Several lots on Ninth street, from
$100 to $150.
Also a good C-room house with sum
mer kitchen, cistern, well, etc., and
large lot for rent In the upper part of
the city, $15.00 per month.
I.
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Ward-N!chol Block.
W. H. EBINGER, J. S. H. T0RNER.
President. Ylce President.
S. L, ANGLE. Casbler.
GERMAN NATIONAL BANK,
MARIETTA. OHIO."
B.egan Business August 1, 1899
Sapltal,
Surplus
$100,000
$7,500
Foreign and Domestic
Exchange Bought
and Sold.
1500 NEW SAMPLES 1500
This agency represents the
LEADING merchant tailors
of Chicago and New York.
It aims to maintain its estaB
fished record of High Class
Tailoring at the very lowest
prices. No one assumes any
risk .in ordering custom suits
here. He MUST BE satis
lied or his money is refunded.
J. H. HESTON.
136 Front St. Marietta,. O.
Dlnmop
Son
IS NOW OPEN.
Announcements.
REPRESENTATIVE.
I am a candidate for re-election ,&r
Representative for Wa&blneton county,
subject to the decision of the Republic
can nominating Convention.
C. C. MIDDLESWART.
Editor of Leader Please announce
that I am a candidate for the Repub
lican nomination for Representative.
JOHN H. IlILEX-
COUNTY TREASURER.
Editor Leader : -Please announce mo
as a candidate for tho office of Treas
urer of Washington. County, subject to
the decision of tho RoDubllcan County
Convention. S. A. COFFMAN.
Editor Leader: Please announce my
name as n candidate for the office oi
County Treasurer, subject to the will
of the coming Republican convention.
GEORGE M. COOKE.
Editor Leader: Please announce
that I am a candidate for Treasurer of
Washington county, subject to the will
of' the Republican nominating Conven
tion. J), O. THOMPSON,
Barlow Township.
Please announce that I am a candt
date for Treasurer, subject to the decis
ion of the Washington county Republi
can convention.
J. F. WAGNER,
Beverly, O.
Editor Leader Pleaso announce the
name of F. F. Dana as a candidate;
for Treasurer at the coming county
convention subject to Republicans of
Washington county.
NEWPORT REPUBLICANS.
CLERK OF COURTS.
Editor Leader: Pleaso announce
that I will be a candidate for re-election
for tho office of Clerk of Courts
subject to the will of the coming Re
publican County Convention.
ORLANDO TROTTER.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
Editor Leader: Pleaso announce'
that I nm a candidate for Commission
er of Washington County, subject to
tbe decision of the Republican Conven
tion. M. McMILLIN.
Editor Leader: Pleaso announce
that 1 will bo a candidate for the office
of ConntT Commissioner of Washing
ton county subject to the decision of
the Republican nominating convention,
L. J. CUTTER.
Kindly announce that the under
signed is a candidate for the nomina
tion of County Commissioner subject
to the decision of the Republican
County Convention to be held Juno 18,
1901.
BERNARD RODICK.
Editor Leader: Please announce the!
name of Mat Augensteln, of Adding
Township, as a candidate for County,
Commisssioner, subject to tho decision
of the coming Republican County Con
vention. INFIRMARY DIRECTOR.
Editor Leader Please announce my
name as a candidate for the office o
Infirmary Director from tho Foura
Ward subject to the will of tho coming
Republican County Convention.
FRED KOERNER.
Editor Leader: Please announce
that I will be a candidate for Infirmary
Director of Washington county at the
November election, subject to the de
cision of the Republican Convention.
R. E. HULL, FatrfleM Township.
THE
HARMONIST
Hear it Play the A. B.
Chase Piano.
Recital Saturday evening at
Schneider & Alden,
Music and Picture Dealers,
202 FRONT STREET.
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