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WPMWMM wwwiwum; v , ,1.1 I- J L.. .. A ..1 f-. !-. . S.-.J . 1 - -'l.l , , il - ' - - ' WSEgszriZESEttSiL mhhmmhmm WiFWfmmwvm, w rWfflPPfffv'' bSSS7' ' 15 The Marietta Daily Leader. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1901. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. ! i i "j Tho Republicans of Ohio are re quested to meet In Delegate Conven tion In tho city of Columbus on Mon day ana Tuesday, Juno Hi and 23, 1901, lor tho purpose of nominating candi dates for tho offices of Governor. Lieutenant Governor. Tieasurcr of State. Attorney-General. Member Board of Public Work. Judgo of tho Supremo Court. Clerk of tho Supremo Court. Tho basis of representation will bo ono (1) delegato tor every 500 votes cast for Hon. William McKInley, Re publican candidate for President at the November election, 1900. and one for each majority fraction of COO. Upon this basis the representation of tho several counties In the conven tion will be as follows: Counties.' Delegates. Adams 7 Allen 11 Ashland 5 Ashtabula 19 Athens 12 Auglaize G Belmont 16 Brown 0 Butler 12 Carroll 5 Champaign 9 Clark 18 Clermont 8 Clinton 8 Columbiana 21 Coshocton 7 Crawford 0 Cuyahoga 1 91 Darke .' 10 Dsfiance 5 Delaware 8 Erie 11 Fairfield 7 Fayette 7 Franklin 44 Fulton 7 Gallia 8 Geauga 6 Greene 10 Guernsey 10 Hamilton Ill Hancock 11 Hardin 9 Harrison 7 Henry 5 Highland 8 Hocking 6 Holmes ' 3 Huron 10 Jackson 10 Jefferson 13 Knox 8 Lake 8 Lawrence 11 Licking 12 Logan 10 Lorain 17 Lucas 34 Madison 6 Mahoning .- 18 Marlon 8 Medina 7 Meigs.. 9 Mercer 4 Miami 12 'Monroe 4 Montgomery .' 33 Morgan .' .". 5 Morrow 5 Muskingum 15 Noble 5 "Ottawa 4 Paulding 7 Perry 8 Pickaway G Pike 5 Portage 9 Treble 7 Putnam G Richland 11 Ross 11 Sandusky 8 Scioto 12 Seneca.. ' Rhplhv o Stark 2G Summit 20 Trumbull 15 Tuscarawas 13 Union 7 Van Wert Vinton '. 4 Warren Washington J3 Wayne Williams ,J Wood 14 Wyandot Total 1-088 The delegates from the several con gressional districts will convene on Monday, June 24, 1901. for the purposa of choosing Vice Presidents of the con vention and members of the various commmlttees, including the State Central Committee. r Tho convention Will be called to or der on Monday, June 21 1901, at o'clock p. m., for temporary organiza tion, receiving reports of d strict committees and for the transaction of such other business as may be proper ly brought before the convention. The delegates to said convention shall be selected First, bv nrimary election, or Second, by conventions composed of delegates elected at primary elections or caucuses regularly held in tho sev eral voting townships, wards or pre or precincts of each county; or Third, by mass conventions regular ly held in sucli voting townships, wards or precincts. Tho call for said primary elections, or for such conventions, to elect dele gates, shall be made by tho various -i inntmilimr or Executive Committees, and when such commit tees authonzo mass conventions for tho selection of said delegates there shall be given at least ton days noOca of the time and place of holding suc.i conventions. But in no case shall any delegate be appointed by any County. Central, Controlling or Executive Committee, and all delegates to the State Conven tion must be chocen at least three days prior to tho date of holding said convention. If in any county, liowev- or delegates havo been selected prior to' tho date of this call, and In tho manner heroin provided, they will bo recognized nnd admitted to the con vention s such delegates. P. W. DURR, Chairman Ohio Republican State Cen tral Committee. MARK SLATER, Secretary. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTOIN. The Republican electors of Wash ington County, Ohio, are hereby notifi ed that primaries for the selection of a Central Commiteeman and delegates to the Republican County Convention will be held at the usual voting place in each voting precinct between the hours of 3 o'clock and 0 o'clock, p m., in all voting precincts outside of Mari etta, and between the hours of 5 and 7 o'clock p. m. within the city of Mari etta, Saturday, June lEth, 1901, and that the Republican County Conven tion will be held in the City Hall In Marietta, 0.,on Tuesday,Junel8th,1901, at 11 o'clock a. m. for the selection of 13 delegates and 13 alternates to the Republican State Convention to be held in Columbus, Ohio, June 24th and 25th, and the nomination of a Republi can candidate for each of the following offices: Representative, Clerk of Courts, Treasurer, County Commissioner, In firmary Director and County Surveyor to be elected in November next, and that the basis of representation shall be 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. Adams 205 Elba 109 Macksburg 110 Barlow 280 Belpre Village 185 Little Hocking ....119 Rockland 93 Decatur 224 Dunham 102 Fairfield 92 Fearing G4 Grand view 223 Independence 105 Cow Run 79 Upper Lawrence ...121 Liberty 209 Ludlow 87 Fultonburg 120 Harmar 99 Little Muskingum .170 First Ward 271 Second Ward ......318 Third Ward, A .1..174 Third Ward B ....141 Third Ward C 170 Fourth Ward A . . . .191 Fourth Ward B.. ..102 Fourth Ward C. ..18G Fifth Ward 25G Sixth Ward 211 ADelegates S 4 4 11 7 ..- 5 4 9 4 4 3 ' 9 3 .... n 3 3 5 J 4 I 11 13 7 0 7 S r. 10 s 0 r. 7 4 7 s !i 1 11 Muskingum 143 Lower Newport .. .125 Upper Newport 179 Palmer 109 Salem 180 Warren 192 Watertown 119 Watcrford 341 Wesley 278 Total C342 201 By order of Washington County Republican Central Committee. E. L. BROWN. Chairman. S. A. Seipel. Secretary. NATURE TELLS YOU. As Many a Marietta Reader Knows Too Well. When the kidneys are sick. Nature tells you all about It. The urine is nature's calendar. Infrequent or too Infrequent action. Any urinary trouble tells of kidney Ills. Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney ills. Marietta people testify to this. Mr. W. E. Snowden, a master me chanic of the Marietta Transfer Co., says: ' An accident at our place in February, 1899, laid mo up for two months. I was seriously injured and severe kidney trouble ensued. Mrs. Snowden learned about Doan's Kidney Pills and got a box for me at W. H. Stycr's drug store, 240 Front street. I commenced their uso nnd the result proved that Doan's Kidney Pills arc a remarkably effective remedy. Two boxes completely cured me. I cannot sneak too highly of Doan's Kidney Pills." For sale by all dealers; prlco 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Company. Buf falo. N. Y., solo agents for the United States. Remember tho name Doan's and take no substitute. A Hot Time, Harrison Brothers' New and Ancient South and Big Minstrel Company Is tho largest and bestorganlzed company on tho road. Tho costumes worn by the women are all from special designs and mndo by Worth of Paris. On show day at noon thoy give a parade and cake walk on tho street, when tho men and women do tho cake walk the samo as It thoy were walking for a Christmas cake In a Fifth Avenuo Ho- tel, Here Juno II. MARIETTA Epigrams on Women. Matrimony is a parody of the consti tutional monarchy of England; ths king reigns, but does not govern. Before joining with others in abus ing woman, a man should remember Ills mother; before joining them In praising women, he should remember his mother-in-law. If a woman tells you that Bho lovefl you, that may mean nothing at all; but if she notices at once that you are wearing a cravat different from the'one that you had on yesterday, or If when near you she picks imaginary little blta off your coat, then take it for granted she Is really In love with you. A secret, they say, torments a) wom an like a pain, but Bhe is not ill very long. If marriage were not a failure, all the clubs would have to put up their shutters. Life is too.sbort to be sep arated, even for an hour, from these we love tenderly. w Women's clubs are the homes of misunderstood women, unclaimed blessings and social features. Men.! clubs are the refuges of home-tyrants, woman-haters and the like. With some exceptions, few frequenters of either clubs are much missed at home. There are three periods in that dis ease which is called Love the desire, the possession and the satisfaction. There are three periods in the life of a woman: When? Encore No more! There are women who consider mar riage an opportunity for keeping open house where their husbands are less welcome than strangers. There are moments in the life of a woman when she ceases to have con trol over herself and when she com mits mistakes which cause irretriev able unhappiness to her husband and to herself. Many women behave like peacocks out walking; like cats, magpies or cockatoos at home; and like turtle doves at twilight. u Marriace is like stage scenery It looks well from a distance. If 'you want to be on goou lerms with women, knock at the door of their vanity and you will always find them at home. When my cat is hungry, he runs af ter me and follows me everywhere. When he Is satisfied he takes no notice of me, lies down on the mg, sleeps or attends to his toilet. So do many women, If marriage Is not the solution of a love affair, it is the most revolting act which a man and woman can commit in this world. When a man of GO marries a young woman he seldom has children. When a man of 70 does, he is much more likely to be successful. It is the man of merit who has the best chances with sensible and well balanced women. What makes tho deviations of some women from the path of virtue so Inexcusable Is the ut ter absence of merit in tho men who lraci them out of it. It is flattering for a woman to pleahe a man of brain and refinement. The woman v,no beeks the fool, who makes love like . grocer, is liko a piano which prefers the child who practices tho five-linger exercise to Paderowskl. Coquettes are cheats, the humbugs of love. They only puff worthless goods. WmiU'U A. lliiilianil Must be strong and never havo a lam6 r.acl:. DR. RANKIN'S KIDNEY TAB LETS stop tho pain at once and cure permanently. Sold by Beagle & Ly tic and A. J. Richards, druggists, Mari etta, Ohio, COLLEGE CADETS-1901. NOT SO YOUNG Yet She Wants Ten Thousand Dollars for Two Kisses. New York, June 12 For two kisses which Mrs. Matilda Dorge says Louis Klel'nsehmidt forced upon her she sued him today before City Judge Delehanty and a jury for $1,000. ' Mrs. Dorge refused to divulge her nge and when the opposing lawyer ask ed, "Are you 50?" she pouted and the question was not allowed. Mr. Klelnschmllt was not So coy and admitted that he was C3. Mrs. Dorge testified that the alleged oscil latory salutes were delivered whllo she was janitress of Mr. Kleln schmidt's house, No. 1G00 Avenue A. "Twice he came to the house," Mrs. Dorge testified, "and took me un awarse. On one occasion I was Bew Ing, and he came up and threw his arms around me and kissed me. The next time he hugged me so tight I screamed." Kleinschmidt denied that he had kissed Mrs. Dorge. "Did you ever try to kiss her?" asked the Iawer. "Never," exclaimed Kleinschmidt, throwing up his arms. "The truth of it is, I called and found Mrs. Droge ov er the washtubs, and when I passed behind her she threw herself into my aims. The whole thing struck me as a put-up job." Educate Your Bowels. Your bpwels 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 sold in bulk. All druggists, 10c. Arrested for Conspiracy. By Associated Press. Washington, D. C, June 12. J. Worth Carnahan, President of the United States Army and Navy Histori cal Association of this city, was airest ed today under an indictment found by the Federal grand jury at Colum bus, Ohio, charging him with having conspired with R. L. Winslow and J. O. Davis, agents of the Association, to defraud residents of Ohio by imper sonating special examiners of the Pen sion Bureau. Carnahan admitted his identity as the person indicted but waived a preliminary hearing. K. C. P. Kay's Celery Powders cure headache INSTANTLY. Guaranteed. Your money back if they don't. Unlike other headache powders, they are jier fectly harmless; depending on tho curative properties of CELERY, which acts direct on the nerves. Man ufactured by Kirby Drug (Jompajtiy. For sale by all druggists. May 21--U- Handsome Gifts. By Associated Press. Cleveland, O., Juno 12. The' an' nouncement of gifts of prominent Clevelanders to the Western Reserve University, amounting to $100,000, was made at tho annual meeting of the trustees today. H. M. Hanna, brother of Senator Hanna, was one of the don ors. Tiie names ot tne outers are noi announced. With tho addition to the treasury a new department will bo cre ated and a number of vacancies filled and instructor's added to tho teaching force. How Are Tfmir ICttlneya I Dr T!obl)?' Rparncus I'llls euro all kidney Ills. Bam. plafreo. Add merllii;lleincdjrCo, Chicago or N.y. 0, & L. K. R. R. Low Rate Excursions Sunday June 16th. Zanesvlllo and return $1.00 Nowark and return $1.50 Columbus and return $2.00 Special train will leavo Marietta at 0:40 a. m arrive at Zanesvlllo, 9:30 a. m. Newark, 10:25 a. m Columbus, 11:50. Return train will leavo Colum bus 0:00 p. m., Newark, 7:00 p. m., Zanesville, 8:00 p. m. Flag Grocery. Offlco No.il, West Side Meat Markot. OJIlco No. 2, 812 Wayne street. Ofllcn No. 3, 500 Whlto'a Road. Offlco No. 4, 109 Knox street. THE HOME 60LD CURE. An Ingmiloun Treatment lij ulilcli Drunk urilH are lit'liiR Ciirnl Dully hi -pit.' of TliriiiHelitH. No Noxious DoiteD, No W clUi-nlng of the .Nerve. A rieasnnt nml l'oltl Cure for the Liquor Ilnlilt. It Is now generally known and un derstood that Drunkenness is a disease and not weakness. A body filled with poison, and nerves completely shatter ed by periodical or constant uso of in toxicating liquors, requires an antl dote capablo of neutralizing and eradi cating this poison, and destroying the craving for intoxicants. Sufferers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful "HOME GOLD CURE" which has been perfected after many years of close study and treat ment of inebriates. The falthutl use according to directions of this wonder ful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case, no matter how hard a drinker. Our rec ords show the marvelous transforma tion of thousands of Drunkards into sober, industrious and upright men. WIVES P.URE YOUR HUSBANDS!! CHILDREN CURE YOUR FATH ERS!! This remedy is in no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this dis ease only, and Is so skilfully devised and prepared that It is thoroughly sol uble and pleasant to the taste, so that it can be given in a cup of tea or coffee without the knowledge of the person taking it. Thousands of Drunkards have cured themselves with this nrlce- less remedy, and as many more have been cured and made temnerate men by having the "CURE" administered uy loving menus ana reiauves wunoui their knowledge In coffee or tea. and believo today that they discontinued drinking of their own free will. DO NOT WAIT. Do not be deluded by apparent and misleading "Improve ment" Drive out the disease at once and for all time. The "HOME GOLD CURE" Is sold at the extremely low price of Ono Dollar, thus placing 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 One Dollar. Address Dept. D212, EDWIN B. GILES & COMPANY. 2330 and 2332 Market Street. Philadelphia. AH concspondencc stiictly conlhlro tlal. NOTARY PUBLIC. PHONE 402. DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OIL PROPERTIES, OTTO BUILDING, 122 PUTNAM ST. MARIETTA, OHIO. ED. FLANDERS General insurance -AND- Real Estate, Room 2 Hagan Block. Lincoln's Mother's Monument. By Associated Press. Indianapolis, Ind Juno 12. Prelimi nary pteps to the dedication of a mon ument to Nancy Hanks Lincoln, near Lincoln City, Sponcer Co., were taken at a meeting of tho Nancy Hanks Lin coin Memorial Association yesterday. Tho monument, which Is In position over the grave, will bo dedicated In October, tome dato will be selected later. Governor Durbln will bo pres ent at tho exercises and Governor Yates, of Illinois, will bo .Invited. Everybody liable to itching piles. Rich and poor, old and young terrible tho torture they 'suffer. Only ono suro cure; Doan's Ointment. Absolutely safo; ennt' fall, FHAIK PAIORST ien "Witch. Hazel, FULL 'PINTS 25c, AT- m 5 BEAGLE & LYTLE'S, S DRUG- STORE. aBHCiB0BaaiaaaBiBBi GEORGE B. SUNDERLAND, DEALER IN REAL ESTATE, Has for sale or rent business or resi dence property in the city suburbs. If you wish to buy, sell or rent call on Mr. Sunderland. Valuable forma tot sale on easy terms. Also lots or resi dences in Norwood. Rathbone, Glass Plant, Falrview Heights or Mt. Bver ett additions. Office en Second street, opposite Union Depot. REAL ESTATE. Keal estate can be turned into money at any time, but it is seldom that monov can bo turned into real estate such as- we have to offer now. We have a fine business location, al ready fitted up for operation, nnd it is located right in the heart of tho city. Also nearly 100 lots in fine location, out. of high water, for $250 to $400, and residence properties of all kinds all over the city. Call and see us at 'rooms, Mills Building, or call us up by, either phone, No. 404. Goffman & Palmer. Room 6. Milii Building. ....TIII2,... E. B. CUTER REALTY CO,, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. Corner Second and Putnam streets, Marietta, Ohio. Wo have for sale this, week only, some of the best bargains ever offeied In Real Estate In Mari etta. If you anticipate buying a home, lot, business property, farm or In fact any thing in Real Estate Is will pay you to see us as we have the property to show you and will guarantee to save youi money. We have several excellent bargains in houses and lots if sold this week. Call or ring us up. We have both' telephones, , Gall or ring us up Both Telephones. S. STEINBERG, P. SCHAEFER. President. Gen'l Mgr. and Supt'. 'T,Tjp larietta Artificial i, Portland Cement Pavements, Layers of Cement Sidewalks, Cellars, Yards, Carriage House '. Office: City Electric L i Ming, corner Front and Butler streett. Telephone: Marietta, 735. All Work Guaranteed, Win. W. All 1.1.8, rruxkli'iit, i.H. (;i;i!i:i,, OiiHlilcr, THOS. V, MOOK1!, Vice rresiilont, a, O. JIEST, AHsUtnut Cnsliler, UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY, MATUFTTA. OHIO. CAPITAL 5150,000. SURPLUS, 5150,000, AVERAGE DEPOSITS $1,200,000. DIRECTORS: John Mills, W.D.Devo, Charles Pen rose, Thoa, yf, Moore, Wm. W. Mills, Stone Gompanr j 1 r 7T. H, lftCJCXiiM"4 tammttrm iHftiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw,ii MHM,WIH'Wf ""!"" "!""' I & .. -7 "V 1 ' . . i i ii. i n - i ..in. .1 t " " J .i . i - I J. Ill "fc i I i A I ' ' 1.1 " e"" r '