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The Marietta Dally Leader.
SUNDAY, JUNE 1G, 2901.
REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION.
Tho Republicans of Ohio arc re
quested to meet in Delegato Conven
tion in tho city of Columbus on Mon
day and Tuesday, Juno 24 and 25, 1901,
Xor tho purpose of nominating candi
dates for the offices of
Treasurer of State.
Member Board of Public Works.
Judge of the Supremo Court
Clerk of the Supremo Court.
Tho basis of representation will be
ono (1) delegate for every GOO votes
cast for Hon. William McKinley, Re
publican candidato for President at
tho November election, 1900. and ono
for each majority fraction of BOO.
Upon this basis tho representation
of tho several counties In tho conven
tion will be as follows:
Butler ' 12
Champaign ; 9
Coshocton .' t 7
Hamilton . HI
Jefferson . 13
Knox . .... 8
Lake '..... 8
Stark : 2G
Van Wert 8
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
commmittees, including the State
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 before the convention.
The delegates to said convention
shall be selected
I 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, wcrds 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 the various
Central, Controlling or Executive
Committees, and when such commit
tees authorize mass conventions for
the selection of said delegates there
shall be given at least ten days' notlcs
of the time and place of holding such
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 bo chocen at least three
days prior to the date of holding said
convention. If in any county, howev
er, delegates have been selected prior
to the date of this call, and in the
manner herein provided, they will be
recognized and admitted to the con
vention s such delegates,
P. W. DURR,
Chairman Ohio Republican State Cen
MARK SLATER, Secretary.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTOIN.
Tho Republican electors of Wash
ington County, Ohio, aro hereby notifi
ed that primaries for tho selection of a
Central Commlteoman and delegates
to tho Republican County Convention
will bo held at the usual voting place
in each voting precinct between the
hours of 3 o'clock and G o'clock, p m.,
in ail voting precincts outside of Mari
etta, and between tho hours of 5 and 7
o'clock p. m. within tho city of Mari
etta, Saturday, Juno 15th, 1901, and
that tho Republican County Conven
tion will bo held In the City Hall in
Marietta. 0.,on Tuesday,Junel8th,1901.
at 11 o'clock a. in. for tho selection of
13 delegates and 13 alternates to the
Republican Stnto Convention to be
held in Columbus, Ohio, Juno 24th and
25th, and the nomination of a Republi
can candidate for each of tho following
Representative, Clerk of Courts",
Trensurer, County Commissioner, In
firmary Director and County Surveyor
to lie elected In November next, and
that the basis of representation shall
bo one delegato for every 25 votes and
one delegato for each fraction of 13
votes or more cast for President Mo
Klnlcy In November, 1900.
Under this basis the representation
of tho different voting precincts will
bo as follows:
Adams 205 S
Elba 109 4
Macksburg 110 1
Barlow 2S0 11
Belpre Villago 1S5 7
Littlo Hocking ....110 i
Rockland 93 4
Decatur 224 9
Fairfield 92 4
rearing G4 3
Grandview 223 9
Independence 105 4
Cow Run 79 3
Upper Lawrence ...121 5
Liberty 209 3
Ludlow S7 3
Fultonburg 120 5
Ilarmar ,.99 1
Little Muskingum .170 7
First Ward 271 11
Second Ward 31S 13
Third Ward. A ....174 7
Third Ward B ....141 0
Third Ward C 170 7
Fourth Ward A ....191 S
Fourth Ward B.. ..1G2 0
Fourth Ward C. ..1SG 7
Fifth Ward 25G 10
Sixth Ward 211 S
Muskingum 143 1
Lower Newport . . .125 5
UpDer Newport 17.0 7
Palmer 109 4
Salem ISO 7
Warren 192 S
Watertown 119 5
Waterford 341 1
Wesley 278 11
Total G542 2G1
By order of Washington County
Republican Central Committee.
13. L. BROWN. Chairman.
S. A. Seipel, Secretary.
Is Trying to Get Control of Kentucky Coal
By Associated Press.
Louisville, Ky., Junelu. The "Cour
ier Journal" says: Eastern capitalists
are trying to secure control of every
important coal mine in Kentucky in
order to form a ten million dollar com
bination. On next Tuesday a meet
ing will be held in Chicago, when the
preliminary organization will be
formed. It will be the idea of the
combination to increase the output of
coal in Kentucky and bring it in more
direct competition with coal mined
in other states.
They have already secured options
on a number of large mines and sev
eral thousand acres of land in eastern
Kentucky which contain virgin coal
beds. This land will be developed.
Some of tho largest mines now In
opeiation will be operated to their
fullest capacity and many smaller ones
will be closed.
When the company Is organized it
will be capitalized at $2,000,000, later
the capital will be increased to $10,
000.000. There seems to be no doubt
that the compank will be able to secure
as many mines as it needs.
Karl Berich, of this city, who is
attending to some of the details of the
work of the organization will go to
Chicago Monday next to attend the
meeting and he expects all preliminary
work to be arranged there.
About Coughs and Colds
Many broadmlnded physicians pre
scribe Bunsen's Pine Tar Honey openly
or give it unknown to the patient.
Physicians who have tested it, know it
will cure and leave no chance for the
diseases which follow La Grippe.
Colds and Coughs. Price 25 and 50
cents. (C) illy only.
Murdered Man's Funeral,
By Associate'' Press.
Shreveport, June 15. The funeral of
ju.m Gray Foster, tho young planter
who was killed on his plantation by
Private Edwards, a negro, on Wed
nesday last, occuried this nfternoon
and was largely attended. Among
those present wore Governor McMinin,
of Tennessee, and Mrs. McMlllin, sister
of the murdered man. The score of
negroes under arrest charged with
complicity in the murder of Foster
have been successfully removed to the
parish jail at Benton and there is no
further fear of mob violence. Edwards
who did the killing is till at large and
posses continue to scour the country,
ii caught Edwards will be summarily
How Are four Ii Idncya F
Dr. HobU' Bparoini PIU cure all kidney Ills. 8am.
pla lice. Add. bterlluu Iteuudr Cu , Cnicaiw or N. Y,
News of General Interest
Washington. D. C, June 15. Presi
dent McKinley never signed his name
to a document that brought a more Im
mediate or more complimentary re
sponse from the country than his
straightforward, manly announcement
thnt he would not accept a nomination
for a third term. The White House
has been fairly deluged witli telegram!,
and letters .of congratulation, and the
latter arc likely to contlue until the
remotest section of the country hn.
been hentil from. The congratulations
come from all classes and from-members
of nil political parties, showing
that tho approval throughout the coun
try has been as general and cordial as i
in Washington. Representative Dal
zell, of Pennsylvania, who was in this)
city when tho announcement wag made
paid of it: "You may say what you
pleaso as to diffciiug conditions and
the lack of force of unwritten Jaw,
but there is absolutely a deen'-seated
opposition in tho popular mind to a
third Presidential term, and Mr. Mo
Kinley evidently shares in it. It Id
American to do so, and the President
is nothing if he is not intonbely Amer
ican. His declamtion, In my judg
ment, is .timely, wise, manly, sensible
and patriotic. It will add, if that bo
possible, to the already high esteem in
which he is held uy his countrymen."
Representative Landl, of Ind.-,,;,sald.
"President McKinley could notfrndd
to his fame by a third term. He has
won his place in history and whoever
may be President from 1905 tol909,
William McKinley, if he lives, will be
the leading citizen of the Republic.
Inere is moie honor In such a station
in piivate life than to continue before
the public as an official.'" Similar
opinions were expressed by other pro
minent Republicans, and the Demo
crats are no way backward in giving
the President credit for having done a
patriotic thing, but it sounds odd to
hear some of them say so after hav
ing called him an imperialist.
Gold makes a great deal more noise
in the world than coal, but figures
are stubborn things, and the statisti
cian of the United States Geological
Survey has Just issued a batch of them
which show conclusively that coal is
the mineral king of the United States.
For 1900 the coal product of the United
States reached the enormous value of
$297,000,000, an increase of 10 per cent
over the previous year, and the largest
in our history; also greater than the
production of coal of any other coun
try. ' The value of our coal for 1900
exceeds by far that of any other one
mineral and was nearly one-third of
tne value of all other minerals pro
duced. Coal was long ago called
"black diamonds," and It is now more
than ever entitled to the name.
Assitant Secretary Taylor, of the
'ireasury Department, who has charge
of Immigration matters, was asked if
it were true as claimed by some, that
the Treasury Department could in
some way extend the anti-Chinese law,
which will lapse next year under the
time limit, in case Congress did not
re-enact it. He replied: "Oh, no, we
could not do that. If Congress fails to
act, the Chinese can enter under the
treaty with China, which does not ex
pire until December 8th, 1904. I take
it for granted, however, that Congress
will re-enact the law. The subject Is
already attracting wide attention, and
I hear from the Pacific slope that the
opposition to the Chinese is not so
great as it was because labor Is scarce
In that section, and the Chinese are
now proving excellent help in market
gardening, farming, and housework,
commanding, in fact, higher wages
than white labor In the same class of
work. If Congress re-enacts the ex
clusion law we will enforce it to the
best of our ability, as we are doing
In a report to the Department of
State, United States Minister Allen
bays of the far away island Kingdom
of Corea: "Americans are prominent in
tne trade and development of Corea.
There are 2C9 Americans resident in
Corea with their families, as follows:
Missionaries 1C2; Miners 75; electric
company employes 15, officials of the
government of Corea and the Unned
States 10; merchants G, and ono pris
oner." The report goes into details of
the industries Americansare now push
ing and new ones contemplated.
It was announced this week that
neither the Commissioner of Patents
nor tho Assistant Commissioner would
grant any hearings during the months
cf July and August, and the announce
ment has aroused considerable harsh
criticism and will arouse more, as It
will result in a delay In tho business of
evry inventor whoso case requires a
hearing by one 01 the officials named
of more than two months, as that class
of business is already behind to such
an extent that there has been serious
of the Nation.
talk of trying to get Congress to pro
vide a board to nttend especially to It.
Inasmuch ns the business of tho patent
office is conducted nt a profit to tho
government, it is regarded as a right
of tho inventors that their business
should be expedited in every wny, as
It has been under the late Benjamin
Butterworth and other recent Commls
Mrs. McKinley continues to improve
very slowly. Her physicians consider
that sho Is out of immediate danger
and that if she escapes a relapse, which
in her present weakened condlMon
would ho very 'dangerous, sho will rc
fovpr. The President will take her to
Canton as soon as sho Is able to go,
but no definite plans will be made un
til she gets more strength.
Gen. Wood has officially notified the
War Department of the acceptance of
the Piatt amendment by the Cuban
WnntiMl A lliHlmnil
Must be strong and never have a lame
.,ack DR. RANKIN'S KIDNEY TAB
LETS stop tho pain at once and cure
permanently. Sold by Beagle & Ly
tlo and A. J. Rlchard3, druggists, Mari
WHAT TH2 iiA.Ar.7. Ck.-R SAID.
It IlflioM'i! INiii l- rrl-jtifc-iK-cl I'nroiitH
itutl 'I !uv V. t-i:t Monti
There .iis nil c.vur.sion on one of
the rnlli nails n few days ago to a
toyn in the center of the .state. Two
juiiiig women who went on the ex
cursion missed the return excursion
train to Chicago and stood around
in the deserted depot of the cotibtry
town in despair, says the Chicago
"You see," said one young woman,
"our fathers and mothers will be at
the depot in Chicago when the train
comes in and they will bo frighteuec
to deatli when we fail to arrive with
tin- other eNCiirslonlsts. They will
think all maimer of bad things hae
happened to us. But what can de
"Yes," said the other young woman
through her tears, "if our people
were at home this evening we might
telegraph them, but they were all go
ing downtown to the theater and I
don't know what theater they went
to. After the theater they were go
ing down to meet ns at the train.
They will be simply frightened to
death, and I'm afraid my father will
get on the next train and come right
down here after us. There are 700 or
S00 people on that excursion train
and there will be more than that
number waiting for them at the
depot, besides the crowds going out
on the other trains, so it won't do
any good for us to address our mes
sage to the depot. They would never
"I know what to do," suddenly ex-1
claimed the other young woman, as
her face shone with the light of a
"What?" gasped her companion.
"We will send a message to the
train caller at the depot in Chicago
and ask liim to announce when the
excursion train pulls in that we
missed the tr.iin lint arc safe with
friends here and will return on the
first train to-morrow morning."
"O, that's just the thing," exclaimed
the other maiden, and thc. hasti'.j
fixed up a telegram and sclit it ad
dressed to the train caller at the sta
tion. So when the excursion train pulled
into .the Chicago depot that night the
eNCiirslonlsts and the friends wait
ing for them were surpris-cd to sec
the train caller clamber up on a
bench, and in his most stentorian
tones gravely announce:
"Limited train for St. Louis on
third track, t'annoulmll for Toledo
Cleeland, Philadelphia and the cast
on lirst track. Miss Lillian liellcvllle
and Miss Eugenia Thompkins missed
the excursion train at liloomlleld and
will spend tin night with their rela
tives there, Mr. and Mrs. John Adams
and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Allen. The
young women are safe and happy and
will return on the first train to-morrow
morning. Passengers for Madi
son, St. Paul, Minneapolis and the
northwest this way."
And four frightened .parents
breathed easy nj-uln nml went liomt
iVariuiil Ot tr Toiik'ip,
Cnt cold tongue Into small dice, and
if there be any portions near the root
that do not seem perfectly tender re
move tho fat and stew them In water
to eoer until tender, then add the
better portion and any of the made
gravy that may be left; or, if this h
lacking, you may thicken the water
in which the tongue lias been stewed,
apd season it highly with lemon juice,
Worcestershire sauce orcatsup; hear;
mushed and seasoned potato rouuc
the edge of a platter and pour tin
wnrined tongue Into tho center.
J'eoule's Home Journal.
Everybody liable to Itching piles.
Rich and poor, old and young terrlblo
tho'torture they suffer. Only one suro
cure; Doan's Ointment. Absolutely
safe; cant' fall.
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR,
"SoaiPthlmj New Under
All Doctors tiavo tried to cure CA
TARRH by the uso of powders, acid
gases, Inhalers and drugs In paste
form. Their powders dry up tho muc
uous membranes causing them to crack
open and bleed. Tho powerful acids
used In tho Inhalers havo entirely eat
en away tho samo membranes that
their makers havo aimed to cure,
while, pastes and ointments cannot
reach t-o disease. An old nnd exper
ienced practitioner Who has for many
years made ardoso study and specialty
of tho treatment of CATARRH, has nt
last perfected a Treatment which when
faithfully used, not only relloves nt
once, but permanently cures CA
TARRH, by removing tho cause, stop
ping the discharges, and curing all In
flammation. It Is tho only remodj
known to science that actually reachci
tho afflicted parts. This wonderful
remedy is known ns "SNUFFLES, tht
GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE"
and is sold at tho extremely low prict
of Ono Dollar, each package contain
ing internal and external medicine suf
ficient for a full month's treatment and
evcrvthlng necessary to Its perfect use,
"SNUFFLES" is tho only perfect
CATARRH CURE over made and Is
now recognized as tho onlv rafe and
positive euro for that annoying and
disgusting disease. It cures nil infla
matlon quickly and permanently nnd
In also wonderfullv oulck to relieve
HAY FEVER or COLD in the HEAD.
CATARRH when np'.'lectcd oftn
leads to CONSUMPTION "SNUF
FLES" will save you If you use It at
once. It is no ordinary remedy, hut a
complete treatment which is positive
ly guaranteed to euro CATARRH In
any form or stago If used according to
directions which nccompany each pack
ago. Don't delay but send for it at
once, nnd wrlto full particulars as to
your condition, nnd vou will receive
special ndvice from tho discoverer of
tills wonderful remedy regarding your
case without cost to you beyond the
regular price of "SNUFFLES" tho
"GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE."
Sent prepaid to any address in the
United States or Canada on receipt of
One Dollar. Address Dcpt. D212. ED
WIN B. GILES & COMPANY. 2330 and
2332 Market Street. Philadelphia.
"She told me she never gave you
the least encouragement to propose to
her- "She didn't. Why, she let me
know a dozen times she was to Inherit
big money." Philadelphia Times.
Greatest Catarrh Cure.
Nasal Catarrh, Catarrh of Head and
Catarrhal Deafness. No cure, No pay.
All druggists are authori7:d by the
manufacturers of Bunsen's Creari Ca
tarrhal to refund the monev where it
fails to cure any iase of Catarrh no
matter of how long standing. One ap
plication gives ease and rest. Th'.3 13
a new discovery and Is the or.'.y Ca
tarrh remedy sold on a positive guar
antee, No Cure, No Pay. Price 50 cts.
For sale by the Kirby Drug Company.
When a girl calls a rich old codger
a silly boy he forgets that he ever had
the rheumatism. Chicago Record-Herald.
Wo will pay the abovo reward for any cneo of
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Ileadache,
Indigestion, Constipation or Costivencss we
cannot euro with Liverlta, the Up-To-Dato
Little. Liver Pill, when the directions are strict
ly complied with. They are purely Vegetable,
and never fail to Rive satisfaction. 25c boxes
contain 100 Pills, 10c boxes contain 40 Pills, 6c
boxes contain 15 Pills. Uewareof substitutions
and imitations. Sent bv mail. Stamps taken.
NERVITA Ml'DICAL CO., Cor. Clinton and
Jackson Sts., Chicago, 111. Sold by
Sold By Beagle & Lytle and A. J.
Richards, Druggists, Marietta, Ohio.
0-r l'enmlii!i'ilii LlimH for l'mi-Amer!
Excursion tickets to Buffalo for the
Pan-American Exposition are now on
sale at ticket offices of the Pennsylva
nia Lines. Fares from Marietta, 0.,
are as follows:
Tickets good returning ten days,
Tickets good returning fifteen days,
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 sale will
be 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
see the 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.
Rates to Pan-American Exposition.
The Buffalo, Rochester and Pitts
burgh Ry. will sell excursion tickets 10
Buffalo, N. Y., account of the Pan
American Exposition at the following
rates, commencing April 30th.
Season tourist tickets will be sold
every day at $11.05 for the round trip
from PlttBburg, Pa., good returning to
and Including October 31st.
Tickets limited 15 days will be sold
every day at $9.20 for tho round trip
On each Tuesday during May tick
ets will bo sold at $8.00 for the round
trip from Pittsburg, limited five days.
May 15th and 29th special excursions,
tickets limited three days.vlll bo sold
at $5.25 for tho round trip from Pitts
burg. , '
Excursion tickets from other points
on the B. R. & P. Ry. will bo sold
nn fihove dates at proportionate rates.
Two fast solid vestibuled trains leave
P. & W. Depot, Allegheny dally for
Buffalo at 9:00 a. m. and 10:00 p. m
City time. All Ino.uirlles for informa
tion will receive prompt attention If
addressed to C. O'D. Pascnult. Diy.
Pass. Agent, No. 500 Smlthfield St.
KxiiiintliiiiK to Sun I'riiiiclscn via l'eiiiiNjl-miliiI.liu-H.
July 5 to 12 inclusive tho PniDyl
vanla Lines will sell excursion tickets
to San Francisco .account Epworth
Leaguo Convention. For particulars
and Information see ticket agents of
FULL PINTS 25c,
BEAGLE & LYTLE'S,
DRUG- STORE. 2
GEORGE B. SUNDERLANDV
DEALER IH REAL ESI ATE,
Has for sale or rent business or real'
dence property In the city suburbo. H
fou wish to buy, sell or rent call 02
J'r. Sunderland. Valuable farraa fot
ale on easy terms. Also lots or resi
dences in Norwood, Rathbone. G-laso
Pinnt, Fait Mew Heights or Mt. Ever
ett additions. Office on'second street,
apposite Union Depot.
Real estate can bo turned into money
at any time, but it is seldom that monoy
can bo turned into real estate such as
we have to offer now.
We havo a tino business location, al
ready fitted up for operation, nnd it is
located light in tho heart of the city.
Also nearly 100 lots in fine location, out
of high water, for 6230 to S100, and
residence properties of all kinds all over
the city. Call and see us nt rooms,
Mills Building, or call us up liv cither
phone, No. 451.
offman & Palmer.
Room 6, Mii Building.
E. B. CAM BEALTY CO.
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
Corner Second and Putnam streets,
Marietta, Ohio. We have for sale this,
week only, some of the best bargains
ever offered 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 you
money. We have several excellent bargains
in houses and lots if sold this week
Call or ring us up. We have both
Call or ring us .up Both Telephones.
OTTO BUILDING, 122 PUTNAM ST
Room 2 Hagan Block.
Wm. W. MILLS,
THOS, IV, MCIOIM3,
O, 0. 11ICST,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY,
CAPITAL $150,000. SURPLUS, $150,000.
AYERAGE DEPOSITS $1,200,000.
John Mills, W.D.Dev , Charles Pen
rose, Thos. W. "Moore, Wm. W. Mills.
S. STEINBERG, F. SCHAEFER,
President. Gen'l Mgr. and Supt
Portland Cement Pavements.
Layers of Cement Sidewalks, Collars,
Yards, Carriage Houses, &c.
Office: City Electric Building, corner
Front and Butler streets.
Telephone: Marljtta, 735.
All Work Guaranteed,
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