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THE SEASON
If you 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 1 900. 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 all
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,
BANANAS !
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 per dozen; 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.
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W. H. EBINGER, J. S. H. TORNER.
President. Yice President.
S. L. ANGLE. Cashier.
GERMAN NATIONAL BANK,
MARIETTA. OHIO.
Began Business August 1, 1399
Capital,
Surplus
$100,000
$7,500
Foreign and Domestic
Exchange Bought
ansa Sold.
FOR SALE.
Two new 1-roora houses, with city
vater, gas, hard finish mantles, etc., on
West Side, $1100 each. Terms, ?200
cash, balance $15.00 per month.
A 5-room house and lot 45x180 It.
on Foui 'h street, near Montgomery
street, $2,000.
Four lots at the head of Fourth
street, $300 each.
Several lots on Ninth otreet, from
$100 to $150.
Also a good fi-room house with sum
mer kitchen, cistern, well, etc., and
large lot for rent in tho upper part of
the city, $15.C0 per month.
J. A.
&
Ward-NIchoU Block.
W. S. BATTIN,
the Real Estate man, will
move his office to the Leader
building, opposite the Court
House, 2nd street, Thursday,
May 9th, where he will have
the most complete Real Estate
office in the city. All pros
pective buyers are cordially in
vited to call and see his list of
property which includes all the
best bargains in the market
Son
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IS NOW OPEN.
Announcements.
REPRESENTATIVE.
I am a candidate for re-election aa
Representative for Washington county,
subject to the decision of the Republi
can nominating Convention.
C. C. JUDDLESWART.
Editor of Leader Please announce
that I am a candidate for tho Repub
lican nomination for Representative.
JOHN H. RILEY.
COUNTY TREASURER.
Editor Leader: Please announce me
as a candidate for the office of Treas
urer of Washington County, subject to
the decision of the Republican County
Convention. S. A. COFFJIAN.
Editor Leader: Please announce mj
name as a 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. D. O. THOMPSON,
Barlow Township.
Please announce that I am a candt
date for Treasurer, subject to tho decls
Ion of tho Washington county Republi
can convention.
J. F. WAGNER,
Beverly, O.
Editor Leader Please announce the
name of F. F. Dana as a candidate
for Treasurer at the coming count
convention subject to Republicans oi
Washington rountv.
NEWPORT REPUBLICANS.
CLERK OF COURTS.
Editor Leader: Ple'ase announce
that I will bo a candidate for re-election
for the office of Clerk of Courts
subject to the will of the coming Re
publican County Convention.
ORLANDO TROTTER.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
Editor Leader- Please announce
that 1 am a candidate for Commission
er of Washington County, subject to
the decision of the Republican Conven
tion. M. McMILLIN.
Editor Leader: Please announce
'ha: 1 will be a candidate for the offiVe
if "on-.itr Torm.issloner 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 Connty Commissioner subject
to the decision of the Republican
County Convention to be held June 13.
1901.
BERNARD RODICK.
Editor Leader: Please announce the
name of Mat. Augensteln, of Adams
Township, as a candidate for County
Commisssioner. subject to the 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 the Four..a
Ward subject to the will of the 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 tho de
cision of the Republican Convention.
R. E. HULL, Fairfield Township.
"I liavo need your valuable CASt.'.V-
IMCl'S and llnd tliem perfect. Couldn't do
without them. I liavo used tliem forsomo time
lorlnaiRostion uiid bllIomue-ss ami am now com
pletely cured llecommcml tliem, to every one.
Onco tried, you will never bo without tliem In
tho family." KiitY. A. MANX, Albany, N. V.
CANDY
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nU'lU'DHU Kltts to JUK.E'l'otaoUaMU
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Foraker For President
INDORSED
By The
Special to the Leader.
Columbus, O. June 15. The Repub
licans of Ohio may yet have a presi
dential candidate. The New York Sun's
endorsement of Senator Joseph Benson
Foraker for the presidential nomina
tion In 1J04 was as surprising aa It
was gratifying to the Republican par
ty leaders of tho city, for the reason
that the Sun passed right over tno
head of Vice President Theodore
Roosevelt In placing Foraker in nomi
nation. Another thing which Is exciting fa
vorable discussion among tho state of
ficials and o.hera is tho cordiality of
the Sun's Indorsement of Foraker'a
candidacy. Its pen-picture of the man
aptly describes him. The one sentence
which causes the most comment
among those who know the Senator
best is that, "He is as old or as young
as it is well to be, being in the first
youth of maturity.' By this Is meant
that while he is old enough to be
rich and ripe in experience, he Is still
In the vigor of his manhood and com
bines all the qualities of a dashing
and winning leader.
BLAINE AND FORAKER.
The Sun compares him to tho late
James G. Blaine, and says that, with
"an American such as he In the white
house, one would need have no fear
for the country, nor would tho Ameri
can eagle live in terror lest it should
have to hide Its head." When Blaine
was living there was frequent comment
on the similarity in the style, manner,
temperament and magnetic leadership
of these two men. This comparison
of Senator Foraker with Blaine has
called forth the comment that while
Foraker combines in the highest de
gree all the elements of leadership pos
sessed by Blaine, theio has been noth
ing in his political or legislative par
eer to arouse tho intense personal ani
mosities and jealousies which existed
between Blaine and Garfield on. uie
one hand and Conking, Piatt and other
party leaders on the other.
THE FIRST SUGGESTION
The first suggestion of Senator For
aker as a presidential candidate was
by Senator John M. Thurston, of Ne
braska, at the Philadelphia convention
a year ago. His nomination of Senator.-
Foraker was seconded by other distin
guished Republican leaders, wjio had
watched his career in the senate with
interest and pleasure and who , had
heard him and had been thrown' In
contact with him, only to be charmed
with his eloquence and impressed with
his striking personality. The extreme
western and eastern sections of the
country are represented in these de
mands for Senator Foraker's nomina
tion for the presidency by the Repub
licans in 1904.
Many things have combined to at
tract attention to Senator Foraker.
There have been no more marked
changes in any man in public life than
in Foraker. When he Was goyernor of
Ohio he was an impulsive young man,
but with age and experience have come
conservatism and today ho is regard
ed as a leader among leaders. Twenty
years ago he .was an Impulse. Today
he Is a thought. His reputation which
had preceded him, was his introduction
to men in public life at the national
capital and he at once took a com
manding position in the senate. Sena
tor Foraker has been constantly grow
ing in the estimation of the people, and
no man today has a warmer placo in
the hearts of his countrymen than he.
Senator Foraker Is known as a loyal
Republican and patriotic Americav
citizen.
FORAKER'S VICTORY.
The confidence of tho national ad
ministration in his integrity and abili
ty was shown when ho was Intrusted
by President McKinley with the hand-
ling of the Porto Rlcan tariff bill and I
other important measures. Tho wis-
dom of the president's judgment in the I
selectlpn mndu for this important
work was emphasized In the recent de
cision of tho United States Supreme
court upholding the constitutionality
of the Foraker act relating to the Phil
ippines, and the president's policy
with reference thereto. The court's
decision not only sustained the legal
ity of the president's course, which
had been condemned but It was a dis
tinguished compliment to Senator For
aker's ability as a lawyer and his saga
city as a statesman.
HIS KEYNOTE SPEECH.
Whether Senator Foraker becomes a
candidate 'and Is nominated for tho
presidency or not, tho estimate placed
upon his worth, ability, character an1
statesmanship by his friondslwyh
statesmanship by admiring friends
both east and west, will certainly Im
press upon the Republican voters of
Ohio the value and importance ot such
a man In the councils of the nation,
and his Influence for good to his Im
mediate constituents as well as to .the.
nnj.1 wjimyi wi! wggiOTKiBiMBii
.
New York Sun,
people of tho whole country. The
promlnenco enjoyed by Senator For
aker in the discussion of presidential
possibilities three years hence, will
give additional Importance to his ut
terance as a contemporary chairman of
tho Republican stato convention In
sounding the keynoto of tho campaign
for 1001, In which ho will be the leading-
candidate of the party in seeking
a re-election to the United States sen
ate. Ecxema No Cure Ho Pay.
Your druggist will rerund your mon
ey if Boro-Carbol Salve falls to cure
Eczema, Tetter, Old Sores, Piles or any
itching skin disease, no matetr of how
long standing. One application glvea
ease and rest. Price 25 cents per box.
(C) dly only.
CAN'T USE THEM.
Inicrlcnii Iiia t'lillonn Arp Often llU
ilcrpil IFmcIphm by Stuiitil
UiikIIhIi Uullilern,
All Americans who have lived in
London will ha o noticed the 'curious
facility with which" ICnglishmen con
trive to neutralize American inven
tions by adopting them only in part.
It ih a symptom of the national myopia
fthlcli will never unreserwdly admit
that the KngliMi way of doing things
.s not the best, bays the New York
Commercial Advertiser.
Any American in London could givo
t dozen instances of this trait, and
(hey would embrace most conceivable
things, from railroad car couplings to
levators, cocktails and hoda foun
tains. The genius who put tip the building
in which I occupy a Hat may serve a3
in evnmple. lie was evidently infect
ed with American ideas. He had heard
of elevators and dumb-waiters and
speaking tubes, and he had mude up
his mind to lead all London by includ
ing these conveniences in his Hat
houses.
But instead of connecting the speaking-tube
with Ihe kitchen, he put ifc
just outside the drawing-room, so that
if it were u-u-d at all, the entire house
hold would liavo to overhear tho
Struggles of the servants with the1
tradesmen; and instead of running
up the dumb-waiter alongside tho
kitchen or pantry, lie placed it out
side the flat nltnircrliiM-. in 1 1... 1,1.11
rflpposito tho elevator.
The consequence is, of course, that
neither dumb-waiter nor speaking
speaking-tube is utilized, and a happy
American notion is discredited in
English eyes, for lack of simple
tention to the necessary details.
at-
CANNOT DROWN FIRES.
DllllLMiltli-H or O'omlMitliiK ('oiillnKru
tlmiM III Di'i'i, Conl
Ml II I'M.
e
Fighting fires deep down in coal
mines is a task to put the heroism of
tlie bravest to the test. In an inter
esting article on the subject in Frank
Leslie's Popular .Monthly, the nutlior
tells how at Plymouth, a large town
in the Wyoming valley, a big mine
caught fire from the burning of a
breaker. Some blning timbers fell
down the shaft, setting it on tire, and
preventing entrance to the mine. The
lire burned in the shaft and spread
downward and inward. In this caso
there was but one tiling to be done.
Great pumps were erected, and, tho
river being near, water was poured
into the mine for months, until it
was ilooded to the bottom of the
shaft. Then the water was allowed
to remain for some weeks, until, in
the opinion of the olllcials, it had
readied every nook and cranny of
the mine where fire could liavo
lodged. Then the weary work o
pumping it out commenced. It took
live months of constant effort bv the
monster pumps. A couple of months'
more work was needed to make re
pairs, nnd then it wus discovered that
a large fire burned in the mine, many
feet below the level the water hnd
reached. This was due to the air and
gases, generated by the lire, holding
back the flood of water, a monster
cuslilon ot compressed air and gas
Vent holes hnd to be bored from the
Hurfoco to remove this, and tho
weary work of flooding vvns begun
again. It was two years before the
mine was in condition to resume
operations.
Three spectres that threaten baby's
life. Cholera infantum, dysentry, di
arrhoea. Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild
Strawberry never falls to conquer
them.
Mexican Building Dedicated.
Dy Associated Pres3.
Buffalo, N. Y., June 15. Moxlco'i
building on the Pan American Exposi
tion grounds was dedicated today, Am
ong the invited guests were: Don Man
uel Asplroz .ambassador to the United
States from Mexico; John Hay, Secre
tary of Stato, and General Nelson A.
Miles, United States Army,
Educate Tour Bovreli With Cugcaretf.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
lOc.SSc. It C.C.O, tall, druodlsu rotund money,
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Wall Paper
If it is Wall Paper you want, it will pay you to visit
our New Wall Papar Department, where you will
find the fareeat stock in the Latest Designs and Color
ings evet shown in the City. Bought direct from New York
and Philadelphia mills at prices
The Marietta Paint & Color Co.
J 82 FRONT STREET.
AWNINGS ,
AND
DEOP CURTAINS.
Wo have IN STOOK adjustable Awn
ings and Drop Ourtains that will fit all
Windows, Door3 and Porches. Oan be
put up on one day's notice.
Also take orders for all styles of Store Awnings, Tent3, Ourtains
and Oanvas Coverings.
HAGAN & SCHAD,
249251 Second St.
Opp. Union
J. W. DOUDNA,
Funornl Director nnd Embnlmor.
Prompt attention tii calls City or Country,
Day or Night. Lady Assistant when needed.
Itlloy Illock, No. 5 Tiber-way botwoon Front
nnd Second streets, Marietta, Oliio, Plione 295.
F. jr. CUTTER,
(Ex-Probate Judge.)
ATTOflNEY-AT-LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC,
Office 227 Putnam Street.
3 Doors Above Court House
DII. ). W. EDDY.
Office- No. 304 Front Street,
Opposite Poldiors'Menumont. Koaldence No.
518 Fourth Street. Telct aono connection.
UNDERWOOD MJDKY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Secon 1 and Putnam V.reeta
Rooms Nc 7 and 9, Marietta, Otal
TADEZ BELFORD,
J Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Office on Putnam St.
WAY & HANCOCK,
AttomOYS-At-Law. Room 20, third floor
St. Clulrlluil.llnK.
J. 'C. BRKN'AX. C. C. MIDDLESWART
IIKI'.N AN & MIltULHbWAUT.
, y, ., ., Attornpvs at Law.
Davis DulMiiiK, Marietta, Ohio,
W, K. SYKKS, Lawyer mid Notary
Stenographer lu Olllce, JIIIU Rulldlnir,
Marietta, Ohio.
I D UADn Dealer in Rea
J. r. WnnU, Estate and Gen
eral Loan Agent. Ward-Nichols Block,
SJ. HATHAWAV,
. Attorney at Low.
ovej Leader Offlee. Cor. Front and Pntn"
COEN & WILSON,
AWnrnoy nt Limv, Rooms 21 and 25 St. Cla
RuIldinR, Putnam Street, Marietta, Ohio.
CHARLES W. RICHARDS,
Attorney at Law,
O fflcoon Putnam Surest. Marietta,
'
G. W. STRECKEE,, ?;
Knox Savage Building, Putnam Street, Marl
etta Onlo.
NYK & t'OLLLTT
Attorneyr. at Lav.
Office In Law llullillntt.
BAKER and CONFECTIONER,
112 Putnam Street.
Finest Xce Cream and Ices.
Caters to Parties and Club
hi Stuart ! Hyde.
PLUMBERS.
Ons nml Stuain Fitters.
210 Greene Street.
Klectrlninns
Marietta, Ohio
Sheriff's Sale,
McConnlck Harvesting Machine
Plaintiff,
Co.,
vs.
John C. Kunz, Defendant.
By virtue of an execution duly Issued
by the Court of Common Pleas, of
Washington County, Ohio, In tho above
entitled action, and to mo directed, I
will offer for sale, at public auction,
at the reeldenco of John Kuntz InWar
ron Township, Washington County,
Ohio, on
SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1901,
At 2 o'clock, P. M., ot said day, th
following described goods and chattels
to-wlt: Situate in Washington Coun
ty, Stato of Ohio, and Warren Town
ship to-wlt: One McCormlck Corn Har
vesting Machlno No. C597.
Terms CaBh.
JESSI3 O. MOItliOW.
Sheriff, Washington County, Ohio.
Ellenwood, Smith & deeper, Pl'lf's
Attorneys.
Tuesday, Juno 11th, 10012 wks.
MCOB PFAFF,
and Paints.
to suit everybody.
Marietta, Ohio.
Depot.
3HSaSE5aSH5E5H5ESHSc
TV. O. WAY, K. O. H1UC.IIA3I,
Tros't. Vice I'rcn't.
CHAS. II. NKWTON, Treas.
THE
DIME SAYINGS SOCIETY,
MARIETTA, OHIO.
MONEY LOANED on Real
Estate, Government, or
in municipal Bonds.
12SH5H5H5E5HE
Low Rates
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July 6th to JOth, I90J,
TICKETS WILL BE SOLD i
From all points more than 150 miles
distnnt from Cincinnati, July nth, Cth
nnd 7th, and on July 8th from nil pointa
150 miles or loss distant from Cincin
nati. Tickets will bo good returning to
July 14th, with privilege of extension
to and including August .'list, 1901.
B. & O. S-W. Trains land you at
Central Union Station, within a few
minutes walk of all tho principal hotels
nnd business houses. The Train Ser
vice is unexcelled, nnd tho Road Bed
finest on earth.
Illustrated Guide to Cincinnati con
taining full particulars and Mnp of tho
City will bo furnished on application to
any Ticket Agont, or by addressing
o. p. Mccarty,
General Passenger Agent,
Cincinnati, O.
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Price, 35 centa. Never aold
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Public Notice.
Many complaints having been made
to us of the abuso of .tho Public
Grounds of the City by noisy ball play
ing, accompanied with profanity, to
the great annoyance of tho neighbor
hoods; and also by tho beating of car
pets thereon, the same are hereby pro
hibited under penalty of arrrst.
By order of
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